Fieldfisher (Belgium) LLP

L'Arsenal - Boulevard Louis Schmidt 29 - boite 15

Fieldfisher is a European law firm with market leading practices in many of the world's most dynamic sectors. We are an exciting, forward-thinking organisation with a particular focus on technology, finance & financial services and energy & natural resources.

Our growing European network of offices supports an international client base alongside our Silicon Valley and Shanghai teams. Among our clients, we count social media sites and high street coffee chains through to pharmaceutical, life sciences and medical devices companies, energy suppliers, banks and government departments.

Clients choose to work with us because we deliver commercial, pragmatic and innovative solutions through our exceptional legal expertise and experience, on time and on budget.

We have more than 400 lawyers spread over nine locations, all providing highly commercial advice based on an in-depth understanding of our clients' needs.

We operate across our offices in Brussels, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Paris, London, Milan, Munich, Manchester, Rome, Silicon Valley and Shanghai.

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

Matières pratiquées :

Dispute Resolution Corporate Intellectual Property New technologies Criminal law Employment & Benefits Public procurement & administrative law Tax Transport EU Regulatory & Competition Real estate

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Recruteur :

Ms. Serena Swint (HR Specialist)
Tel: +3227427098
Fax: 32 (0)2 742 71 00

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Mr. Claudio Mereu (Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 742 70 00
Fax: 32 (0)2 742 71 00

Mr. Stijn Debaene (Managing Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 742 70 00
Fax: 32 (0)2 742 71 00

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Fieldfisher (Belgium) LLP welcomes Serge Flecijn

Fieldfisher (Belgium) LLP welcomes Serge Flecijn as an Of Counsel in its IP practice.

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Fieldfisher annonce la nomination de Jochen Beck et Maxime Berlingin en qualité d'associés au bureau de Bruxelles

Jochen Beck et Maxime Berlingin ont été nommés associés au sein du cabinet de Bruxelles à dater du 1er mai 2018. Jochen a rejoint le cabinet en 2013 et Maxime en 2016, tous deux en tant qu'Of Counsels.

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Fieldfisher nomme Olivier Proust comme associé à Bruxelles

Le 1er mai 2017, Olivier Proust a été nommé associé au sein du département "Privacy, Security & Information " du cabinet Fieldfisher, dans son bureau de Bruxelles. Olivier a rejoint le cabinet Fieldfisher en 2013 en tant qu'Of Counsel et a participé depuis au développement de l'équipe Privacy.

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Fieldfisher renforce sa pratique de droit des sociétés à Bruxelles avec un nouvel associé

Le cabinet européen Fieldfisher accueille Thomas Lenné en tant qu'associé dans son cabinet à Bruxelles. Thomas est spécialisé en droit des sociétés, et conseille des sociétés belges et multinationales, des fonds de private equity, des familles et des entrepreneurs. Son expertise couvre tous les domaines du droit des sociétés, avec un accent particulier sur les fusions et acquisitions (M&A).

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ECHA Board of Appeal annuls ECHA's decision on substance evaluation

On 25 September 2018, the Board of Appeal of the European Chemicals Agency (''ECHA'') ruled in case A-008-2017, annulling the Agency’s decision of 23 March 2017 on the substance evaluation of 2,2',6,6'-tetra-tert-butyl-4,4'-methylenediphenol pursuant

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The Court of Justice dismisses the appeal brought by the Commission and confirms the unlawful classification of CTPHT

On 22 November 2017, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") delivered its judgment in Case C-691/15 P European Commission v Bilbaína de Alquitranes, SA and Others, concerning an appeal brought by the Commission against the judgment of the General Court of 7 October 2015, Bilbaína de Alquitranes and Others v Commission (Case T-689/13) by which the General Court partially annulled Commission Regulation (EU) No 944/2013 (the "Regulation") adapting to technical progress the Classification and Labelling Regulation 1272/2008 (the "CLP Regulation"), in so far as it classified pitch, coal tar, high-temp ("CTPHT") as toxic for the aquatic environment. 

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EU Court of Justice landmark rulings on access to environmental information

On 23 November 2016, the Court of Justice of the European Union (''CJEU'') delivered two important judgments in cases C-442/14 Bayer CropScience and Stichting De Bijenstichting and C-673/13 P Commission v Stichting Greenpeace Nederland and PAN Europe which, although factually different, address the same issue – i.e. the right of access to environmental documents, and in particular, the scope of the concept of ''information on emissions into the environment''.

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International Employee Mobility after Brexit

It appears that Brexit has taken the UK political elite by surprise and that the Leave campaign does not have a single unified plan for leaving Europe, so the ramifications of Brexit are likely to be uncertain until at least until 2017 according to UK Prime Minister May. However, there are unlikely to be any immediate changes for international employers employing staff in the UK or UK employers employing staff in the EU, as the European Treaty provides for a negotiation period in case of an exit. Much will depend on these negotiations over the future relationship between the UK and the EU. Different options are possible, all with different outcome for employers and employees:

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