DLA Piper LLP



Address:
Louizalaan 106 Avenue Louise
1050 BRUSSEL / BRUXELLES
Belgium
URL: http://www.dlapiper.com

DLA Piper is a global law located in more than 40 countries throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa and the Middle East, positioning us to help businesses and organisations with their legal needs anywhere in the world. DLA Piper is recognized as one of the leading law firms in Belgium. With over 120 lawyers based in Brussels and Antwerp, we advise clients on all areas of business law and perfectly combine the firm's global reach with our local knowledge. We overlay our global practice groups with global sector teams, which are designed specifically to mirror our client's business markets. At DLA Piper, we believe great business can make a better world, That’s why, every day, we help our clients succeed. Bold thinking and Thrusting relationships are at the heart of our work, helping clients embrace change and seize opportunities. Together we can make business better.

Employee count :

52


Legal employee count :

125


Function :

Lawyer
Paralegal
Support


Main Practices :[ infos ]


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


Region :

Brussels
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Recruiter :

Mrs. Talitha Klinkum (Recruitment Business Partner Belgium & Luxembourg)
Tel: +32 2 500 16 75
Fax: +32 (0) 2 500 16 00
talitha.klinkum@dlapiper.com

Manager :

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DLA Piper LLP

Junior lawyer, Litigation & Regulatory - Public Law
DLA Piper LLP - 05/08/2020

We are looking for a junior lawyer who would like to become part of this successful team. 

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New Partner for DLA Piper’s Brussels Real Estate Practice
07/09/2020

DLA Piper is further strengthening its Real Estate practice with the appointment of Joseph Spinks as a partner in its Brussels office.

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DLA Piper promotes Brussels lawyer to partner in latest promotions round
01/05/2020

DLA Piper is pleased to announce that Brussels-based lawyer Orestis Omran has been promoted to partner as part of the firm’s annual promotion round, effective 1 May 2020. 

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DLA Piper appoints Head of Global Government Affairs team
30/03/2020

DLA Piper announces the strengthening of its Global Government Affairs team with the appointment of Richard Sterneberg who will head up the team in its Brussels office.

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New partner at DLA Piper in Belgium
26/04/2019

DLA Piper is pleased to announce the promotion of Brussels-based IPT lawyer, Alexis Fierens, to the partnership effective 1 May 2019. Alexis joined DLA Piper as an associate in 2010 and practices in all main fields of IP law (with a special focus on trademarks, copyright, knowhow, designs and patents) as well as IT law, advertising, unfair commercial practices and distribution, covering both advisory, contracting and litigation work.

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How will the COVID-19 related measures be enforced in Belgium?
15/04/2020

Now that the content of the measures adopted by the Belgian federal government in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic have been highly publicised by the media, the authorities are increasingly ensuring that these measures are enforced and complied with.

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COVID-19 en overheidsopdrachten
25/03/2020

In dit artikel gaan wij in op de mogelijke impact van COVID-19 op nieuw in de markt te plaatsen overheidsopdrachten, lopende plaatsingsprocedures en reeds gegunde overheidsopdrachten in België. In het bijzonder rijst de vraag wat de gevolgen van COVID-19 kunnen zijn in het licht van de overheidsopdrachtenreglementering. 

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How can an employee validly waive his rights to claims arising from the employment contract?
03/11/2016

In principle, an employee can only waive such rights after termination of the employment contract, provided a settlement agreement has been concluded with his employer. In order to be valid, a settlement agreement must meet various conditions, among others the lack of absence of consensus ad idem amongst the parties, mutual concessions by the parties (granting "something extra" on top of the parties' legal rights), etc.

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Dynamic IP-addresses can be "personal data" says EU Court of Justice
20/10/2016

On October 19, 2016, the European Court of Justice decided on the question whether or not dynamic IP-addresses constitute "personal data" in the sense of the European data protection legislation (Case C-582/14).

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