Special Economic Zones

Date : 26/10/2020

Lawyer in our Kinshasa-based firm, Guélord MOSAU MBOMBO has just written an article on Special Economic Zones. These SEZS areas benefit from a specific legal and fiscal regime and are identifying as areas to attract national and foreign investments in various and diversified sectors.


ICGL - Competition litigation laws and regulations - Belgium

Date : 13/10/2020

The International Comparative Legal Guide – Competition Litigation 2021 is now available. The Guide contains a section specifying the Belgian rules applicable to judicial claims in competition matters, including interim and final remedies, rules on evidence and timing.


Breakfast at Stefany's - 2020/2021

Date : 07/10/2020

We are pleased to present the program for the 2020/2021 season of our “Breakfast at Stefany's”. These events, of which there are 9 in total, have become meetings awaited both by a loyal audience and by our speakers who like to share their knowledge.


Les grands arrêts de la jurisprudence fiscale

Date : 29/09/2020

The collective work "Les grands arrêts de la jurisprudence fiscale" was published on September 25, 2020 (Larcier, 637 pages). This book gathers the contributions of forty tax legal scholars. Olivier Bertin comments on a decision of the Belgian Court of Cassation of November 27, 2009 on the topic of "The Strict Interpretation of Tax Law".


the OFFICI@L | September 2020 | #59

Date : 23/09/2020

The 59th issue of the OFFICI@L, our legal newsletter on European civil service law, is now online and available at the following link.


ERA’s Summer Course on European Information Technology Law

Date : 14/09/2020

This week, Sari DEPREEUW, partner co-heading DALDEWOLF’s IP/Digital team, is teaching two classes on “data” at ERA’s Summer Course on European Information Technology Law.


Competition & sustainability: when restrictions on competition are accepted

Date : 09/09/2020

Operators active in the food sector may be willing to discuss and co-operate in order to attain sustainability goals. In some instances, such discussions and co-operations are likely to raise competition law problems, like exchange of strategic information. In its “Farm to Fork” initiative, the European Commission indicates that competition rules need to be clarified as regards sustainable actions taken in supply chains. EU measures should be adopted by the end of 2022. In the meantime, competition authorities are taken actions to enable competitors to reach sustainable co-operations.


Autonomy & AI: Who is using Who?

Date : 07/09/2020

Sari DEPREEUW partner DALDEWOLF, will be speaker at the conference "Autonomy & AI: Who is using Who?" which will be held on the occasion of the Ars Electronica festival.


Associazione Avvocatura per i diritti LGBTI (C-507/18)

Date : 22/06/2020

Thaïs PAYAN, associate of the European Law department has just written a note on the Associazione Avvocatura per i diritti LGBTI judgment (C-507/18). On April 23rd, 2020, the European Court of Justice ruled that homophobic remarks made by a lawyer on a radio program constituted discrimination in matters of employment and work, as this lawyer has or may be perceived as having a decisive influence on the recruitment policy.


Le nouveau Code du recouvrement amiable et forcé des créances fiscales et non fiscales

Date : 18/06/2020

The « Journal de Droit Fiscal » (issue nr. 3-4 of 2019, but published in May 2020) includes an article from Olivier BERTIN « Le nouveau Code du recouvrement amiable et forcé des créances fiscales et non fiscales ». This new code devoted to the collection of tax debts is in force as of January 1, 2020.