Boulevard du Souverain 36 Vorstlaan


Younity: specialists, together, for you. 

Who are we?  Younity is a law firm specialising in legal services in the field of human resources and statutory and occupational pensions, both in the private and in the public sector.

Founded by lawyers renowned in their areas of expertise and hailing from major city law firms, Younity is a firm with a human scale that aims to foster close relations with its clients.

Our independence and our firm foothold on the Belgian legal scene are essential to our practice. Our partnerships in other countries enable us to also handle cases with an international dimension. 

Our practice areas: Because of their complexity, social law and pensions law are not amenable to a broad-brush approach. In these areas, only a firm of specialists can serve you with excellence, pragmatism and efficiency. Our expertise draws on many years of enthusiastic investment in support of our clients. Our experience is further enhanced by our college and university teaching positions, appointments to the bench, the conferences and training courses that we run, and the numerous reference works and articles that we publish.

For you: In an environment where change is accelerating and bringing ever more complexity to the HR picture, we work together with you to make your life as easy as possible. Our chief priority is to get to know you, to understand what it is you’re looking for and to target your needs: because being an expert on the law means nothing without an understanding of the issues; because a legal adviser is worthless unless he helps you take the right decision at the right time and armed with all the facts. We therefore believe that it’s our job to also know yours.

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Social | Work

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Manager :

Mr. Jean-Philippe Cordier (Managing Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 880 77 80
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Avocat(e) - droit du travail (3-4 ans d’exp.)
Younity - 05/05/2021

Younity (Bruxelles) est à la recherche d' un(e) Avocat(e) specialise(e) en droit du travail comptant environ 3-4 ans d’experience.

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Younity promotes Julie Markey to Counsel

We are pleased to announce the promotion of Julie Markey to Counsel on January 1, 2021, acknowledging her knowhow and experience in Pensions and other welfare benefits.

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Younity welcomes a new partner

Business immigration lawyer Bernard Caris has joined employment law firm Younity as a Partner. 

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New joiners strengthening Younity Pension Team

Younity is happy to welcome 2 new associates, who are strengthening its Pension Team, now consisting of 7 fully dedicated pension specialists (i.e., one of the largest pension teams in Belgium).

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Younity - New Managing Partner

After having celebrated its 5th anniversary and having attracted during the last months 3 new partners, Younity has decided to nominate, as from January, 1st, 2018 a new managing partner.

Corinne Merla (known expert in the field of pensions) will succeed Jean-Philippe Cordier who has done the job in an excellent way during 5 years.

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Handgels en mondmaskers zijn vandaag de dag niet meer uit het straatbeeld weg te denken. Ook op de werkvloer zijn ze een vaste waarde geworden. Maar wat met het loonkarakter van deze producten? De fiscus en RSZ hebben hun standpunt hieromtrent recent verduidelijkt.

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La période de protection occulte reprend au plus tôt dès le 18 août!

Compte tenu du nouveau calendrier fixé, la période de protection occulte contre le licenciement recommence concrètement à courir au plus tôt dès le 18 août 2020, en fonction du nouveau jour Y.

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Mise en quarantaine après un voyage en zone rouge : pas d’allocation de chômage

Mercredi dernier, l’ONEM a mis à jour ses directives concernant le bénéfice des allocations de chômage temporaire liées au coronavirus[1].

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Pension légale: dérogation temporaire aux règles « anti-cumul » dans le cadre de la pandémie COVID-19

En application des règles « anti-cumul » classiques, le cumul de revenus (professionnels et/ou de remplacement) avec la pension légale peut entraîner la suspension ou la réduction de celle-ci. Or, certains pensionnés ont repris ou étendu leur activité professionnelle dans le cadre de la lutte contre le COVID-19, et de nombreuses personnes bénéficient d’un revenu de remplacement ou d’une indemnité spécifique octroyée en raison du COVID-19.

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