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COVID-19: An international guide to changes in insolvency law (DLA Piper)

Author: DLA Piper Publication date: 22/06/2020 In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, a number of insolvency laws have been updated. Our guidance outlines what this means to businesses in 17 countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden and the

2020-08-05T14:20:26+00:00 5 augustus 2020|Categories: Insolventierecht|Tags: , , |

Intellectual Property related measures following the COVID-19 crisis (DLA Piper)

Authors: Alexis Fierens and Elisabeth Daem (DLA Piper) Publication date: 26/05/2020 Like many other organisations, the intellectual property (IP) offices have adopted measures to ensure continuity of their services and to preserve IP holders’ rights. As these measures are not all notified to each individual rights holder that uses the

2020-06-05T08:00:00+00:00 5 juni 2020|Categories: Intellectuele rechten|Tags: , , |

Verzamelbesluit ruimtelijke ordening (DLA Piper)

Auteurs: Thomas Sterckx en Birgit Creemers (DLA Piper) Publicatiedatum: 27/11/2018 Op 28 september 2018 heeft de Vlaamse Regering het besluit tot wijziging van diverse besluiten inzake ruimtelijke ordening, ruimtelijke veiligheidsrapportage en milieueffectenrapportage (verzamelbesluit ruimtelijke ordening), goedgekeurd. De bepalingen van het verzamelbesluit ruimtelijke ordening zijn op 22 november 2018 in werking getreden. Hierna volgt

2018-11-29T11:24:26+00:00 29 november 2018|Categories: Milieu- en stedenbouwrecht Publiek recht|Tags: , |

Belgian DPA provides guidance on GDPR article 30 publishing template for “records of processing activities” (DLA Piper)

Authors: Patrick Van Eecke and Buki Owa (DLA Piper) Date of publication: 30/08/2017 The Belgian Data Protection Authority recently published a template that can be used by organisations for meeting their Article 30 “Record of Processing Activities” obligation. From 25 May 2018 onwards, the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) will require each

2017-10-11T08:59:25+00:00 5 september 2017|Categories: Privacy recht Privacy, IT & IP recht|Tags: , , |

Blockchain IPOs: the dusk (/dawn?) of regulation has arrived (Corporate Finance Lab)

Author: Cedric Hauben (DLA Piper) Date of publication: 09/08/2017 This article was first published on Corporate Finance Lab Blockchain projects have been around for over a decade. Despite its turbulent and mysterious evolutions, the prototype case of Bitcoin remains the most well-known blockchain application on the market. It still stands as

2017-10-01T20:19:23+00:00 10 augustus 2017|Categories: Financieel recht|Tags: , , , |

Mind what you submit – €110 million fine for submitting misleading information during a merger notification (DLA Piper)

On May 18, the European Commission (the Commission) fined Facebook €110 million for providing incorrect or misleading information during its 2014 WhatsApp merger notification (under the 2004 EU Merger Regulation - the EUMR). Although a substantial fine, the Commission will not be reconsidering the clearance decision, as it considered that

Not the last word – the final report on the e-commerce sector inquiry (DLA Piper)

On 10 May 2017, DG Competition of the European Commission (the "Commission") published its final report on the inquiry into the e-commerce sector (launched in May 2015 as part of the Digital Single Market strategy). The findings in the report are based on information gathered from 1,900 stakeholders in 28

2017-05-16T08:55:02+00:00 16 mei 2017|Categories: Handelsrecht|Tags: , , , |

Entry into force of the new rules on public procurement in Belgium (DLA Piper)

On 28 March 2014, the new European legislative framework with regard to public procurement was published in the Official Journal of the European Union. The framework consists of Directive 2014/23/EU on the award of concession contracts, Directive 2014/24/EU on public procurement and Directive 2014/25/EU on procurement by entities operating in

2017-06-14T17:22:47+00:00 10 mei 2017|Categories: Overheidsopdrachten|Tags: , |

Data protection laws and AI: What can we learn from the GDPR? (DLA Piper)

Connected devices that exchange substantial volumes of data come with some obvious data protection concerns. Such concerns increase when dealing with artificial intelligence or other devices/robots that autonomously collect large amounts of information and learn though experience. Although there are not (yet) specific regulations on data protection and artificial intelligence