AB Legal



Adresse:
Avenue Louise 489
1050 Brussels
Belgium

AB LEGAL is a full service and independent law firm based in Brussels that truly puts clients first.

Client service is part of our culture and we advise our clients on developing innovative solutions to help them to achieve their legal and business objectives.

Our main focus is to build a long-term relationship with each of our clients on providing a service of excellence in a timely and cost-efficient manner.

To meet these expectations, we have a team of experienced lawyers used to work together since a long time.

This close relationship with our clients and the knowledge of their specific business enable us to deliver tailor-made services in Belgium and at international level thanks to our strong connections not only in Europe but also in Africa.

Nombre de membres du personnel :

2


Nombre de juristes ou avocats :

10


Fonction :

Lawyer


Matières pratiquées :

African Business Law 

Antitrust

Commercial

Corporate

Tax


Region :

Brussels
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg



Recruteur :

Mr. Christophe Hoogstoel (Partner)
Tel: + 32 2 880 63 72
christophe.hoogstoel@ablegal.be

Manager :

Mr. Marc Picat (Partner)
Tel: + 32 2 880 63 72
marc.picat@ablegal.be

Presse :

Mr. Marc Picat (Partner)
Tel: + 32 2 880 63 72
marc.picat@ablegal.be

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AB Legal continues to expand
26/06/2017

Emma Murueta-Goyena, specialized in international commercial agreements, and Guillaume Tefengang, specialized in African business law, have joined AB Legal as Counsels.

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AB Legal - New player on the Belgian market
20/06/2016

AB Legal, a full service and independent law firm, has opened its office in Brussels.

Composed of experienced lawyers, coming from major firms, used working together as a team, AB Legal provides clients with market-aware innovative advice and solutions.

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Tax Rulings vs State Aids : European Commission 1 – Ireland 0
11/12/2017

That title is normally used in sport games rather for than tax or competition issues. Nevertheless, it reflects the fact that the European Commission (the “Commission”), after its decision to refer Ireland to the Court of Justice of the European Union (the “ECJ”) for failing to recover illegal tax benefits from Apple on 4 October 2017, won the first round against Ireland.

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A new Belgian law aiming at facilitating damages claims for competition law infringements
03/07/2017

The Belgian law of 6 June 20171entered into force on 22 June 2017 (hereafter, the “Law”) transposes the ‘Damages Directive’ (Directive 2014/104/EU2), which aims to boost private enforcement of competition law in the European Union (“EU”) by guaranteeing that victims of competition law infringements can effectively introduce claims in the national jurisdictions of the Member States.

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Court of Justice opens up international jurisdiction for online sales
16/02/2017

The Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) issued a ruling on 21 December 2016 (Case C-618/15) concerning jurisdiction to block sales on foreign websites. The CJEU ruled that a distributor can file a claim in his ‘domestic’ court for the damages suffered from online sales organized by websites operated in other Member States. This case involves a mix of selective distribution, online sales and the interpretation of the Brussels I Regulation (n° 44/2001).

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Brexit – Implications in the field of competition law
20/07/2016

On June 23, 2016, UK took the historic resolution to leave the EU which will be implemented by triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and by notifying the European Council of its intention.

EU competition rules are expected to continue to apply to UK until the end of the negotiation period upon reaching a withdrawal agreement acceptable for all 27 EU Member States and at least a two years’ timeframe, which could be extended by unanimous consent.

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