Bird & Bird (Belgium) LLP

Avenue Louise 235/1

Bird & Bird is an international law firm which aims to provide a unique service based on an extensive knowledge of key industry sectors and legal practice. We have an outstanding reputation for innovation and developing creative solutions.

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I.P. | I.T.
Corporate | Commercial | Economic
Social | Work

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Recruiter :

Anneke Vermeir (Recruitment)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 282 60 57
Fax: +32 (0) 2 282 60 11

Manager :

Mr. Paul Hermant (Managing Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 282 60 00
Fax: +32 (0) 2 282 60 11

Press :

Mrs. Emilie Van Goethem (Marketing Manager)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 282 60 00
Fax: (0)2 282 6011

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HR Data Essentials site launch

Data privacy touches all aspects of a business, perhaps none more so than HR and employee management where those responsible will necessarily be handling and managing significant amounts of personal, and sometimes fairly sensitive data.

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Bird & Bird expands its employment practice with the appointment of Pieter De Koster

International law firm Bird & Bird expands its International HR Services Practice with the appointment of Pieter De Koster as a partner in Brussels.

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Bird & Bird boosts team in Brussels with the appointment of Scott McInnes from Mastercard as partner

Bird & Bird is delighted to announce that Scott McInnes has joined the firm's Brussels office as a partner, effective May 1.

Scott joins from MasterCard, where he was Senior Regulatory Counsel. He has unique expertise regarding the competition law aspects and regulation of payments (and card payment schemes in particular) and is considered one of the leading experts in this field in Europe.

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Bird & Bird receives four awards at Euromoney Women in Business Law Awards 2014

Bird & Bird LLP received four awards at the Euromoney Women in Business Law Awards 2014. The firm was named best in Belgium, the Netherlands and in France as well as best in the aviation sector. 

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Will the EU Sanctions against Russia affect IT Companies?

This update focusses on the issue of whether these sanctions will affect the operations of IT companies that conduct business activities in Russia.  The relevant restrictions of the EU sanctions that could have an impact on the operation of IT companies in Russia are the restrictions on "dual use" technology

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