Loyens & Loeff CVBA

Avenue de Tervurenlaan 2
1040 Etterbeek
URL: http://www.loyensloeff.be

Loyens & Loeff is a leading, independent full service law firm offering integrated legal and tax advice. Loyens & Loeff has over 900 lawyers, tax advisors and civil law notaries in its offices throughout the Benelux and the world's major financial centers, including 100 lawyers in its Belgian office. Loyens & Loeff offers a broad range of legal and tax services, mainly to corporate clients, in areas such as corporate law and M&A, tax law, commercial law, banking & finance law, real estate law, public and administrative law, employment law, pensions law, employee benefits, IP/IT law, competition law, energy law, regulatory affairs and dispute resolution. Loyens & Loeff's expertise stretches across borders. In order to satisfy the international demand for advisory services. Loyens & Loeff cooperates closely with prominent law firms in Europe, Asia, North America and Africa. Loyens & Loeff can offer its clients top-level advice worldwide, and is proficient in seamlessly structuring and handling domestic and international matters.

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Practices details :

  • Automotive
  • Banking & Finance
  • Commercial Law
  • Competition Law
  • Corporate and M&A
  • Data Protection
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Employment, Compensation & Benefits
  • Pensions
  • Energy
  • IP/IT
  • Marketing Law
  • Media
  • Private Client
  • Real Estate
  • Tax
  • VAT

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Recruiter :

Mrs. Katrien Berghs (Human Ressources)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 743 43 43

Manager :

Mr. Marc Vermylen (Managing Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 743 43 15

Press :

Mr. Renaud de Lombaert (Communication & Marketing Manager)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 743 43 43
Fax: +32 (0) 2 743 43 10

Loyens & Loeff CVBA

Senior Knowledge Lawyer within Corporate - M&A
Loyens & Loeff CVBA - 23/10/2019

Are you looking for a new opportunity to challenge your legal knowledge while staying connected with the dynamics of a transactional practice?...

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Loyens & Loeff CVBA

Junior Associate - Compensation & Benefits
Loyens & Loeff CVBA - 14/10/2019

Our firm is currently recruiting a Junior Associate specialized in Compensation & Benefits for our Employment & Benefits team (1 to 3 years of...

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Loyens & Loeff CVBA

Associate - IP/IT and Data Protection & Privacy (2-4 years of experience)
Loyens & Loeff CVBA - 10/10/2019

Loyens & Loeff is currently looking for an Associate with 2 to 4 years of experience to join its IP/IT and Data Protection & Privacy Team.

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Loyens & Loeff Brussels unlocks new digital forms of collaboration with clients

Technology-driven innovation will be a key differentiator and value driver for most businesses in the years to come, the legal world being no exception.

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Loyens & Loeff levert nieuwe voorzitter van het Vlaams Pleitgenootschap

Maria-Clara Van den Bossche, Associate bij het departement Litigation & Risk Management van Loyens & Loeff, werd verkozen tot voorzitter van het Vlaams Pleitgenootschap voor het jaar 2019-2020.

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Hakim Boularbah and his team join Loyens & Loeff

Since 1 January, the Litigation and Arbitration team of Hakim Boularbah (Partner) and Olivier van der Haegen (Counsel) has joined the Litigation & Risk Management department of Loyens & Loeff Belgium, along with four associates.

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Loyens & Loeff strengthens its Belgian office with the appointment of a new partner

Loyens & Loeff is  pleased to inform you that Robrecht Coppens will be appointed as partner within the Corporate/M&A department as of 1 January 2019.

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General Court sets framework for the Commission to enforce arm’s length transfer pricing under State aid rules (Fiat and Starbucks)

On 24 September 2019, the General Court upheld the Commission’s decision that Fiat had received unlawful State aid from Luxembourg, and at the same time annulled the decision which had found the same with respect to Starbucks in the Netherlands. Even though leading to different outcomes, these judgments support the Commission in its scrutiny of advance tax rulings on transfer pricing, explicitly confirming the possibility for the Commission to verify the arm’s length nature of transactions between related parties. 

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What are the key changes for cooperative companies under the new Belgian Code of Companies and Associations?

The cooperative company was defined in the current/former BCC as “a company composed of a variable number of members with variable contributions”. In other words: the basic feature of the cooperative company under the BCC is the variable number of shareholders with contributions that may (easily) vary from time to time.

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New Belgian Code for Companies and Associations: what are the key changes for (international) non-profit associations?

Under the regime provided for by the Belgian law of 27 June 1921 (the Law of 1921), INPAs are prohibited from carrying out industrial or commercial operations unless the latter remain ancillary to their non-profit activities. Under the BCCA, INPAs are entitled to carry out any type of activities – whether profit-making or not – to achieve their disinterested purpose. 

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OECD heading beyond the arm’s-length principle without ring-fencing the digital economy

On 9 October 2019, the OECD published a proposed unified approach to reform profit allocation rules (Pillar One of its working plan to address the tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the digital economy)

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