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At NautaDutilh, we never take anything for granted. Challenging obvious assumptions is what sets us apart from other law firms. And it’s a mentality that has helped us grow. In fact, we’re still growing. And that’s where you come in. We’re constantly on the look-out for talented people. People who are prepared to go that extra mile for their clients. Who dig deeper. And who don’t take “no” for an answer. We’re looking for people who share our passion, enthusiasm and sense of fun. Who are prepared to challenge the obvious. People like us.

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

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Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Recruiter :

Mrs. Wendy Van Tongerloo (HR Manager)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 566 88 15
Fax: +32 (0) 2 566 80 01

Manager :

Mr. Dirk Van Gerven (Managing Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 566 80 00
Fax: +32 (0) 2 566 80 01

Press :

Mrs. Evy Van den Block (PR & External Communication Officer)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 566 80 00
Fax: 02 566 80 01

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Peter Craddock boosts NautaDutilh's IT practice

NautaDutilh has appointed legal technologist Peter Craddock as counsel, effective 4 November 2019, to lead its Data Protection, Cybersecurity and IT practice in Brussels

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NautaDutilh renforce sa pratique Public et Regulatory

Le cabinet d'avocats NautaDutilh renforce son département Public & Regulatory au sein de son bureau bruxellois avec l'arrivée de Jens Mosselmans et de son équipe.

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NautaDutilh strengthens its Brussels Corporate M&A practice with the arrival of Philippe Remels

Law firm NautaDutilh welcomes Philippe Remels as a partner in its Brussels office. Philippe's arrival reinforces NautaDutilh's Corporate M&A practice, which is expanding from four to five partners

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NautaDutilh renforce sa pratique Privacy & Data Protection avec l'arrivée de Brahim Bénichou

Le cabinet d'avocats NautaDutilh a nommé Brahim Bénichou en qualité de Of Counsel  à partir du 3 septembre 2018, date à laquelle il viendra renforcer la pratique Privacy & Data Protection à Bruxelles.

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New Belgian Company Code Series: Issue 21 - Legislative Proposal of 9 October 2019: Upcoming Amendments to the New Code of Companies and Associations

A legislative proposal was tabled in early October 2019 which, if adopted, will have a substantial impact on the new Code of Companies and Associations (CCA). While the proposal is intended primarily to transpose into national law the Shareholder Rights Directive II (Directive 2017/828/EU), it also makes a number of adjustments and clarifications to the CCA.

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Transparency in Belgian Healthcare Relationships
24/10/2019 recently released its second Sunshine Act publication, based on information provided by 596 pharma and medical device companies. In 2018, these companies collectively invested €219,188,627 in various forms of cooperation with healthcare professionals (HCPs), healthcare organizations (HCOs) and patient organizations active in Belgium.

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Belgian Competition Authority Fines the Belgian Order of Pharmacists

In a decision of 28 May 2019, the Belgian Competition Authority ("BCA") imposed a fine of one million euros on the Belgian Order of Pharmacists (Ordre des pharmaciens/Orde der apothekers) ("OP"). According to the BCA, the OP violated competition law by applying an economic strategy aimed at hindering the market entrance and development of the MediCare-Market group.

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Incentives and Benefits in the Context of Public Healthcare Tenders

The Federal Agency for Medicinal and Health Products ("FAMHP") recently published a circular (Circular No 646) in which it reminds hospitals that in the context of public procurement, they are bound by the rules governing the offering of financial incentives and other benefits to institutions that prescribe, supply or administer medicinal products (Art. 10 of the Medicines Act). In the circular, the FAMHP explains that it learned that an increasing number of hospitals are requesting additional benefits and incentives when issuing public tenders for the supply of medicinal products and medical devices and that the grant of such additional benefits is often an important criterion for award of the tender.

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