The impact of the ‘Schrems II’ case on personal data (K Law)

Authors: Tim Fransen and Matthias Bruynseraede (K Law) Publication date: 28/08/2020 On 17 July 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its long-awaited judgement in the ‘Schrems II’ case.[1] In this article, we provide an insight into the significance of the judgement and its effect on personal

2020-08-29T09:54:28+00:00 29 août, 2020|Categories: Droit au respect de la vie privée|Tags: , , , |

Public Procurement in case of a pandemic (K Law)

Author: Karen De Braekeleer (K Law) Publication date: 25/03/2020 What if you are a service provider to public authorities, but your employee who normally performs the public procurement contract has to be quarantined? What if your supply chain has been interrupted and prices for a necessary product have rocketed? The

2020-03-31T07:49:01+00:00 31 mars, 2020|Categories: Contrats publics|Tags: , , |

The Belgian UBO-Register in light of the privacy legislation (K law)

Authors: Mathias De Backer and Louise Berrier (K law) Publication date: 22/03/2019 What is the UBO-Register? The Belgian UBO-Register is a national database that organizes and structures adequate, accurate and up-to-date information regarding Ultimate Beneficial Owners (hereinafter referred to as the “UBOs”) of corporate or other legal entities incorporated in or operating

2019-03-31T08:35:54+00:00 31 mars, 2019|Categories: Droit au respect de la vie privée Droit des societés|Tags: , , |

Belgian data protection legislation for the private sector brought in line with the GDPR (K law)

Authors: Mathias De Backer and Pieter van Daele (K law) Publication date: 15/11/2018 The Law of 30 July 2018 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data (hereafter Law) was published in the Belgian Gazette and immediately entered into force on 5 September 2018. The largest part

2018-11-23T10:41:57+00:00 23 novembre, 2018|Categories: Droit au respect de la vie privée Privacy, IT & IP|Tags: , , |

Posting of workers : New EU rules approved (K law)

Authors: Alexis Ceuterick and Maxim Ruysschaert (K law) Date of publication: 0307/2018 On June 21, 2018, the European Council of Ministers of Work formally approved the revision of Directive 96/71/EC on the posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services (hereafter: Posting of Workers Directive). The Posting of

2018-07-12T06:46:57+00:00 12 juillet, 2018|Categories: Droit des affaires Droit social|Tags: |

Flexi-jobs in the retail will be possible as from January 1, 2018 (K law)

Authors: Alexis Ceuterick and Sara Beutels (K law) Date of publication: 05/12/2017 With the draft program act of 6 November 2017 which is expected to enter into force on 1 January 2018, the Belgian legislator expands the scope of the flexi-jobs in the catering industry to other industries such as a.o. the retail industry

2017-12-06T11:33:24+00:00 6 décembre, 2017|Categories: Droit des affaires Droit social|Tags: , |

Hervorming wet kmo-financiering: weer stap in de goede richting (K law)

Auteurs: Isabelle Blomme en Walter Jacob (K law) Publicatiedatum: 29/08/2017 Net voor het zomerreces heeft de regering-Michel een hervorming goedgekeurd van de wet-Laruelle over de toegang tot financiering voor kmo’s. Met de hervorming wil de regering betere omstandigheden creëren voor kmo’s die kredieten afsluiten en ook transparantere contracten afdwingen tussen banken en kredietnemers.

2017-10-11T08:59:44+00:00 5 septembre, 2017|Categories: Droit commercial et financier Droit financier|Tags: , |

The summer of 2017 brings a lot of social law novelties… (Klaw)

Authors: Alexis Ceuterick and Sara Beutels (Klaw) Date of publication: 28/08/2017 On July 26, 2017, the Belgian federal government reached an agreement on the budget for 2018, the so called “Summer Agreement”, which includes numerous (ambitious) social law measures. The measures still need to be further detailed via specific legislation but in

2017-08-29T07:21:24+00:00 29 août, 2017|Categories: Droit social|Tags: |

Opheffing van beroepsbekwaamheden: een evenwichtsoefening tussen kwaliteitszorg en non-discriminatie (Klaw)

Vlaams minister Philippe Muyters licht in een recente nota zijn visie toe over de opheffing van de beroepsbekwaamheden in het licht van gewijzigde EU-wetgeving. Dit zou als gevolg hebben dat voor een reeks gereglementeerde beroepen geen beroepsbekwaamheden meer zouden moeten worden aangetoond, behoudens de nog steeds vereiste basiskennis bedrijfsbeheer. Zo

2017-04-21T11:07:28+00:00 21 avril, 2017|Categories: Droit commercial|Tags: |