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Mrs. Liselotte Van Biesbroeck
Tel: +32 (0) 2 426 14 14
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Mrs. Carine Van Regenmortel (Managing Partner)
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Belgian Legal Awards Palmares

2007 : Tmt - Technology, Media & Telecommunication Law Firm Of The Year

2008 : Ip & It Law Firm Of The Year

2009 : Ip, It & Tmt Law Firm Of The Year

2010 : Managing Partner : Carine Van Regenmortel

2011 : Corporate Firm

              

Omschrijving :

ALTIUS is one of the largest independent law firms in Belgium.
We provide a broad range of legal services to multinational companies and financial institutions in various industry sectors on international and Belgian transactions, as well as acting as the day-to-day counsel for Belgian companies and Belgian subsidiaries of many multinationals.


Aantal personeelsleden :

21


Aantal juristen of advocaten :

60


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Corporate | Commercial | Economic
Social | Work
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Brussels
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ALTIUS is proud to announce that, Philippe de Jong has been made partner.

Philippe de Jong specializes in intellectual property law, with a particular focus on patents, plant variety rights and parallel import issues. He also has extensive experience in the regulatory regimes for medicinal products and plants, media law and fair trade practices.

06.09.2013

AB AB INBEV LOSES BEER BATTLE AGAINST ALKEN-MAES

Commercial Court of Brussels orders JUPILER BLUE beer to be withdrawn from the Belgian Market

In a judgment issued last Friday, the Commercial Court of Brussels upheld a complaint by the Belgian brewer Alken-Maes against the packaging chosen by rival brewer AB AB INBEV for its "Jupiler Blue" beer.

11.07.2012
AB AB INBEV	LOSES BEER BATTLE AGAINST ALKEN-MAES

ALTIUS | Tiberghien elected ‘Best BENELUX Law firm’ of 2012

The ALTIUS | Tiberghien alliance received the "Best Benelux Law Firm Gold Award" for 2012, awarded by the jury of the International Legal Alliance Summit Awards (ILASA) at a ceremony in Paris.

18.06.2012
ALTIUS | Tiberghien elected ‘Best BENELUX Law firm’ of 2012

RECHTBANK BEVESTIGT MAATREGELEN BELGISCHE STAAT TEGEN ILLEGALE KANSSPELOPERATOREN

14.06.2012
RECHTBANK BEVESTIGT MAATREGELEN BELGISCHE STAAT TEGEN ILLEGALE KANSSPELOPERATOREN

Court of Justice of the EU: a woman who pays a surrogate mother is not entitled to pregnancy leave

The Court of Justice of the EU rules that a woman who pays a surrogate mother is not entitled to pregnancy leave.

09.07.2014
Ms. Sylvie Dubois

New threshold amounts for non-recurrent performance-related bonuses (Collective Bargaining Agreement n° 90)

A Belgian employer may grant a benefit to his employees in the form of a non-recurrent performance-related bonus. Up to a certain amount, such bonuses are exempt from income tax and, apart from a 13.07% employee solidarity contribution, only a special social security contribution of 33% is payable by the employer. The maximum bonus that can be paid under such a scheme is indexed each year.

07.07.2014
Mr. Philippe  De Wulf

Watch out for “volunteers”!

A recent decision by the Court of Cassation may end the practice of relying on “volunteers” which was, to date, widespread e.g. during music festivals, sporting events or cultural activities. 

03.07.2014
Ms. Sylvie Dubois

Working time: “on-call” versus “stand-by”

In an exceptional short ruling, the Belgian Court of Cassation (Supreme Court) seems to have reversed its own judgment of 30 January 1984 and appears, finally, to have adopted the Court of Justice of the European Union’s definition of “working time”.

01.07.2014
Ms. Sylvie Dubois
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