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Private damages actions – secure your position

Private damages actions – secure your position
01/04/2021

Due to having worked at home so much, you forget your badge when you go to the office for the first time in months. Fortunately, the security guard remembers you and lets you into the building.

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Class Actions: A New EU Directive to Harmonize the Approach of Member States

Class Actions: A New EU Directive to Harmonize the Approach of Member States
19/03/2021

On November 25, 2020, the EU adopted a new Class Actions Directive, covering representative actions for the protection of the collective interests of consumers.

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Priorities of the Belgian Competition Authority for 2021

Priorities of the Belgian Competition Authority for 2021
18/03/2021

On 10 March 2021, the Belgian Competition Authority issued its annual communication setting out its policy priorities for the current year.

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Impact of the new rules on unfair terms in B2B agreements on general terms and conditions

Impact of the new rules on unfair terms in B2B agreements on general terms and conditions
10/03/2021

The Law of 4 April 2019 introduced new mandatory rules that intend to procure that the key terms of contracts between undertakings are fair and not abusive (the “B2B Fair Contract Rules”).

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Ms. Carmen Verdonck

What is drop-shipping and how does it differ from a market place?
05/03/2021

In recent years, the practice of drop-shipping has intensified by taking advantage of the boom in e-commerce. While this way of business is in principle not illegal per se, some sellers who use it are guilty of misleading or even fraudulent practices.

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Ms. Carmen Verdonck

What is drop-shipping and how does it differ from a market place?
05/03/2021

In recent years, the practice of drop-shipping has intensified by taking advantage of the boom in e-commerce. While this way of business is in principle not illegal per se, some sellers who use it are guilty of misleading or even fraudulent practices.

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New B2B law: insurance sector in the clear?

New B2B law: insurance sector in the clear?
01/03/2021

The Law of 4 April 2019 (the “B2B Law”)(1) introduced new mandatory rules that intend to procure that the key terms of contracts between businesses are fair and not abusive (the “B2B Fair Contract Rules”). Under the rules, unfair terms will be deemed to be null and void and thus unenforceable.

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New B2B law: insurance sector in the clear?

New B2B law: insurance sector in the clear?
01/03/2021

The Law of 4 April 2019 (the “B2B Law”)(1) introduced new mandatory rules that intend to procure that the key terms of contracts between businesses are fair and not abusive (the “B2B Fair Contract Rules”). Under the rules, unfair terms will be deemed to be null and void and thus unenforceable.

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Unfair B2B terms in franchising contracts

Unfair B2B terms in franchising contracts
03/02/2021

As the B2B law is specifically adopted with a focus on the situation of franchisees who could sometimes be faced with unfair terms and conditions, franchise contracts are therefore in the middle of the debate in respect of this new law.

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Unfair B2B terms in franchising contracts

Unfair B2B terms in franchising contracts
03/02/2021

As the B2B law is specifically adopted with a focus on the situation of franchisees who could sometimes be faced with unfair terms and conditions, franchise contracts are therefore in the middle of the debate in respect of this new law.

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