ALTIUS



Address:
Tour & Taxis, Havenlaan 86 c B 414
1000 BRUSSEL

URL: http://www.altius.com

ALTIUS is one of the largest Belgian independent law firms, consisting of approximatively 65 lawyers. Established in Brussels and Louvain-la-Neuve, we advise Belgian and international companies on the legal aspects of their transactions and disputes.

We help our clients navigate through often-complex legislation and regulatory environments and provide clear solutions to a wide range of legal issues. In addition to our specialist legal knowledge, we focus on thinking creatively with our clients to offer tailor-made solutions. Our aim is to turn, through careful listening and awareness, strategic questions into clear, straightforward answers.

For all tax-related issues, ALTIUS works closely with Tiberghien, a leading independent Belgian firm that specialises in tax law.

Employee count :

30


Legal employee count :

65


Function :

Lawyer
Support


Main Practices :[ infos ]


Civil
Litigation
Public
I.P. | I.T.
Corporate | Commercial | Economic
Social | Work
Other


Practices details :

Our practice areas include:

• Administrative and public law
• Banking and finance law
• Commercial law
• Competition law
• Corporate and M&A law
• EU law
• ICT law
• Intellectual Property law
• Labour law
• Litigation and arbitration
• Real Estate law
• Sports law
 


Region :

Brussels
Brabant Wallon



Recruiter :

Mrs. Nadia Beutels (Recruitment & HR Development Coordinator)
Tel: +32( 0) 2 421 50 71
Fax: +32 (0) 2 426 20 30
[email protected]

Manager :

Ms. Sylvie Dubois (Managing Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 426 14 14
Fax: +32 (0) 2 426 20 30
[email protected]

Press :

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ALTIUS

Associate Corporate and M&A Law
ALTIUS - 24/08/2021

We are currently looking for an experienced associate to join our Corporate and M&A Team.

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ALTIUS promotes Grégory Ernes to partner
21/12/2020

ALTIUS is delighted to announce that sports law specialist Grégory Ernes has been promoted to the position of equity partner, a development that highlights the firm’s continuous and organic growth.

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ALTIUS appoints a new Counsel
10/01/2020

With the New Year come new opportunities! ALTIUS is proud to announce that Sophie Lens has been appointed as Counsel from January 2020.

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Marie Brasseur has been made Partner
23/08/2018

ALTIUS has invited its experienced Corporate and M&A specialist Marie Brasseur into the firm’s equity partnership. Marie’s promotion highlights the firm’s dynamic structure and continuous growth.

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ALTIUS opens up to the African market with Yves Brosens as a new Partner
23/06/2016

ALTIUS appoints Yves Brosens as a partner in its Banking & Finance department. Yves Brosens brings - in addition to his exceptional expertise in different types of financing- his knowledge of the African market.

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Will employers in Flanders soon be able to organise Covid-19 vaccinations in the workplace?
28/09/2021

When the vaccination campaign was launched in Belgium, it was intended, in a second phase, that this should also take place within companies.

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The Belgian Competition Authority fines Caudalie EUR 859,310 for imposing resale prices and restricting active and passive sales
05/07/2021

On 6 May 2021, the Belgian Competition Authority (“BCA”)’s Competition College imposed a fine of EUR 859,310 on three undertakings of the Caudalie group. The BCA qualified Caudalie’s imposition of minimum prices and the limitation on active and passive sales on Caudalie’s distributors 

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The ELTIF: amendments in the Belgian AIFM Law
17/06/2021

On 19 April 2021, a draft law on diverse financial provisions (the “Draft Law”) was published. The Draft Law was adopted by the Parliament at the end of May. Amongst other things, it amends the Belgian AIFM Law to integrate the ELTIF fund status

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The end of mandatory telework?
08/06/2021

On Friday 4 June 2021, a new Ministerial Decree was published in the Belgian State Gazette that includes new provisions regarding telework. For the time being, telework remains compulsory and employers remain obliged to register their non-teleworkable positions

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