Osborne Clarke

Marsveldplein 5 Place du Champ de Mars
1050 Brussels
URL: http://www.osborneclarke.co.uk/belgium

Brussels is both the centre of European politics and an important crossroads for international trade. In this dynamic environment our busy Brussels firm, advises a wide range of clients from multi-nationals to US and Asian companies targeting Europe, as well as leading domestic Belgian businesses. Our Brussels team regularly advises on cross-border matters, especially those crossing the busy Northern European trade route. With expertise across the full range of legal disciplines, the team has particular experience in advising clients in the Digital Business, Life Sciences and Renewable Energy sectors. Our Brussels-based Partners have strong reputations in the Belgian legal market, based on their many years of experience advising on domestic and international matters. The office also provides a base for our multi-jurisdictional EU Regulatory team, which advises clients on crucial EU-wide issues such as competition, procurement and state aid. Our base at the heart the EU means that we can provide an on-the-ground service for clients, with the added advantage of easy access to all of the EU institutions.

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

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Mr. Thierry Viérin (Managing Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 515 93 04
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Osborne Clarke

(Senior) associate lawyer - IP/IT
Osborne Clarke - 18/10/2021

Osborne Clarke is looking for an (senior) associate lawyer to join the IP/IT team

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Associate - Real Estate & Transactions
Osborne Clarke - 18/10/2021

Osborne Clarke is looking for an associate lawyer to join the Real Estate & Transactions team

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Junior associate - Corporate (September 2022)
Osborne Clarke - 08/09/2021

We are looking for a recent graduate to join our Corporate team as a junior associate in September 2022.

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Osborne Clarke welcomes Valentin de le Court

Osborne Clarke welcomes Valentin de le Court to strengthen its industrial property law practice and expand its IP/IT/Data team in Brussels.

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Osborne Clarke Belgium adds two senior hires to launch Real Estate and Energy practices

International legal practice Osborne Clarke has made two senior hires in the Brussels office to significantly expand its sector expertise.

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David Haex elected Osborne Clarke's new Managing Partner in Belgium

Osborne Clarke Belgium has appointed David Haex as its new Brussels-based managing partner with effect from 1 January 2021.

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Osborne Clarke strengthens its EU & Competition practice with the arrival of a new partner in Belgium

International legal practice Osborne Clarke is proud to announce the appointment of new partner, Steven Verschuur who will join the partnership on 1 April in Belgium.

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Royal Decree number 15: Covid-19 crisis and suspension of execution

On the 24 April 2020, the Royal Decree number 15, regarding the temporary suspension in favour of undertakings of executive measures and other measures during the Covid-19 crisis, was published in the Belgian Gazette and came into force.

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Social Elections 2020 – The clock is ticking…

Social elections are held every four years in Belgium. The purpose is to elect the workers' representatives who will sit, for the next four years, on the company's collective bodies, namely the Works Council (WC) and/or the Committee for Prevention and Protection at Work (CPPW).

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Brexit Business Brief newsletter | The transition period

After the EU27 and the UK reached outline agreement on the terms of the UK’s withdrawal just before Christmas, we now await negotiations on the terms of the transition period that – on current plans! – will start after the UK formally leaves the Union on 29 March 2019.

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Les bracelets connectés s'invitent dans l'entreprise

Dans un article paru récemment dans le magazine Trends, Thierry Vierin  explique que de nombreux employeurs proposent à leurs collaborateurs des bracelets connectés. L'objectif est de les aider à améliorer leur santé et contribuer à leur bien-être, tout en renforçant l'esprit d'équipe.

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