AKD



Address:
Kolonienstraat 56/3
1000 Brussel
Belgium
URL: http://www.akd.nl

With over 476 lawyers, tax advisers, civil-law notaries and business support staff in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, AKD is a leading Benelux law firm. For our clients, we are the gateway from, to and in the Benelux.
For over a century now, we have combined a full-service approach and a broad sector focus to consider any question from a range of angles and provide quality solutions - anywhere in the world. Literally. From our own offices, of course, and also through our various country teams and our extensive, worldwide Friends Network.
Friends Network.over 476 lawyers, tax advisers, civil-law notaries and business support staff in Belgium, the
Netherlands and Luxembourg, AKD is a leading Benelux law firm. For our clients, we are the gateway
from, to and in the Benelux.
For over a century now, we have combined a full-service approach and a broad sector focus to consider
any question from a range of angles and provide quality solutions - anywhere in the world. Literally. From
our own offices, of course, and also through our various country teams and our extensive, worldwide
Friends Network.With over 476 lawyers, tax advisers, civil-law notaries and business support staff in Belgium, the
Netherlands and Luxembourg, AKD is a leading Benelux law firm. For our clients, we are the gateway
from, to and in the Benelux.
For over a century now, we have combined a full-service approach and a broad sector focus to consider
any question from a range of angles and provide quality solutions - anywhere in the world. Literally. From
our own offices, of course, and also through our various country teams and our extensive, worldwide
Friends Network.

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Personal Assistant - Brussels
AKD - 03/05/2022

In our Brussels office, we have an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic Personal Assistant.

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AKD welcomes new tax partner in Brussels
17/04/2019

Will Paris and Berlin determine the EU tax rules? What is the impact of CO2 tax on essential government functions? Was last year’s corporate income tax reform in Belgium just a sham compromise?

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AKD named ‘Law Firm of the Year: Benelux’ for third time
21/03/2019

AKD has won the 'Law Firm of the Year: Benelux' award, conferred by leading UK publication The Lawyer. AKD also received the award from The Lawyer in 2016 and 2018. The firm recently expanded its VBrussels office by the team of US law firm McGuireWoods.

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Benelux law firm AKD expands with McGuireWoods’ Brussels team
17/12/2018

Benelux law firm AKD expands its Brussels office by adding McGuireWoods’ Brussels team.The incoming team consists of partners Hubert André-Dumont, Paul van den Bulck, Timothy Speelman, Steven Ongena, counsel Pol Cools, and four associates.

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Time to go “green” with your company cars? Consider introducing a mobility budget
28/12/2021

On 3 December 2021, the Law of 25 November 2021 regarding the tax and social “greenification” of mobility was published in the Belgian Official Gazette. This law introduces a number of measures aimed at reforming the tax and social security regime of company cars with a view to fostering greener mobility. It also ushers in important changes to the mobility budget. Read more in this article on what the mobility budget is and what types of mobility solutions it contains, and what the changes are from 1 January 2022.

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Wage increase margin 2021-2022 and pension harmonisation. Two summer measures that (almost) went unnoticed
23/09/2021

The summer of 2021 has proved exceptional in that it produced a surfeit of employment-related measures. A Royal Decree of 30 July 2021 set the maximum margin for salary cost increases for the period 2021-2022 at 0.4%. Two weeks earlier, employer and employee representative organisations within the National Labour Council entered into no fewer than 10 collective bargaining agreements, covering such topics as temporary unemployment, unemployment with company benefits (so-called “bridging pension”) and supplementary pensions.

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Back to (remote) work: new rules for Belgian employers as from September 2021
09/09/2021

After 1.5 year of teleworking, the Belgian Coordination Committee (coordination body composed of Federal, regional and community ministers) decided to lift the recommendation to work from home as of 1 September 2021. As a result, many employees are now gradually returning to the office, often on a part-time basis.

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