CMS Belgium

Chée de La Hulpe 178 Ter Hulpsesteenweg


We want CMS to be recognized as a dynamic law firm reputed for the quality of its services and taking pride in being responsive to and supportive of the needs of its lawyers and staff. Our business is wholly dependent on the skills and commitment of the people who work with us. Attracting good people is a good start, but our main goal is to fulfill their ambitions as well as our own. We do this by investing in our people.

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

Region :

Brabant Wallon
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Recruteur :

Mrs. Natacha De Greef (Travel & HR Assistant)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 743 69 00
Fax: +32 (0) 2 743 69 01

Manager :

Mr. Tom Heremans (Managing Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 743 69 00
Fax: 32-2-7436901

Presse :

Mrs. Aurore Roelandt (Business Development Manager)
Tel: +32 2 674 85 61
Fax: +32 (0) 2 743 69 01

CMS Belgium

Associates - Corporate Finance / M&A
CMS Belgium - 08/05/2019

We are actively looking for two associates (2 to 6 years of experience) in order to strengthen our corporate finance / M&A practice team.

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CMS Belgium

Associate - Banking & Finance
CMS Belgium - 07/05/2019

CMS is actively looking for an associate (W/M) in order to strengthen its Banking & Finance team in Brussels

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CMS Belgium

Associates (F/M) - Employment law
CMS Belgium - 30/04/2019

CMS is looking for 1 junior associate and 1 medior associate (F/M) in order to strengthen its employment law team in Brussels.

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CMS nomme Benoît Vandervelde Associate Partner

Le cabinet d’avocats CMS annonce que Benoît Vandervelde a été nommé Associate Partner le 24 janvier 2019.

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CMS nomme Virgine Frémat Avocate Associée

e cabinet d’avocats CMS annonce que Virginie Frémat a été nommée avocate associée le 24 janvier 2019.

Virginie, qui a rejoint CMS en 2006, est diplômée en droit à la Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (2005) et détient un post-graduat en droit des affaires (Université Libre de Bruxelles).

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Le métier d’avocat se transforme : CMS prend les devants

CMS a désigné Renaud Dupont (44) comme nouveau managing partner à partir du 1er juillet 2018.

Cette élection accompagne le renouvellement de l’équipe de direction, qui concrétise la volonté du cabinet d’anticiper le futur du métier d'avocats et les nouveaux défis de la profession.

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CMS se renforce avec l’arrivée d’une nouvelle associée en droit du travail et des pensions

Le cabinet d’avocats CMS a le plaisir d’annoncer l’arrivée de Madame Elke Duden en tant qu’associée à partir du 1er mai 2018.

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Belgian regulatory framework for MGAs now in force

On 21 November 2018 and 7 March 2019, we issued newsletters (respectively available here and here) regarding the Belgian proposal to create a new regulatory framework for managing general agents (“MGAs”) in Belgium (“Proposal”).

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Belgium passes code that reforms cooperatives and abolishes social purpose companies

On 28 February 2019, the Belgian parliament passed the Code on Companies and Associations (CAC), which reforms the definition of a cooperative (sociétés cooperatives, cooperatieve vennootschappen), and abolishes companies with a social purpose or CSP (sociétés à finalité sociale, vennootschappen met een social oogmerkt).

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Belgium passes Brexit act, covers employment & social security issues

On 28 March 2019, the Belgian parliament passed the Brexit Act, which aims to temporarily deal with the consequences of a possible Hard Brexit and contains the following measures in the field of employment law and social security law: The right of residence. Until 31 December 2020, the Brexit Act maintains the right of residence of British nationals and their family members on Belgian territory. 

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New Belgian rules against abuse of economic dependence - changes in B2B relationships

B2B relationships, particularly in the retail sector, are often characterised by an imbalance of economic, and thus negotiating, power between the contracting parties. This economic imbalance allows one party to impose contractual terms that would not be possible under normal market circumstances.

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