Kolonienstraat 56/3
1000 Brussel
URL: http://www.akd.nl

AKD is een full-service Beneluxkantoor met ruim 476 advocaten, fiscalisten, notarissen en business support in België, Nederland en Luxemburg. Wij zijn voor onze cliënten de gateway in, van en naar de Benelux.

De combinatie van onze full-service expertise en een brede sectorfocus maakt dat wij al ruim een eeuw elke vraag vanuit verschillende oogpunten kunnen benaderen en oplossen – waar ook ter wereld. Dit doen wij vanuit onze eigen vestigingen, met onze diverse landenteams, en met een groot Friends Netwerk over de hele wereld.


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Personal Assistant - Brussels
AKD - 03/05/2022

In our Brussels office, we have an excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic Personal Assistant.

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Nouvel associé pour la pratique fiscale d'AKD à Bruxelles

Paris et Berlin détermineront-ils, dans les années à venir, les règles fiscales européennes? Quel est l’impact de la taxe carbone sur les fonctions gouvernementales essentielles? La réforme de l’impôt sur les sociétés en Belgique intervenue l’année dernière présente-t-elle un quelconque intérêt?

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AKD named ‘Law Firm of the Year: Benelux’ for third time

AKD has won the 'Law Firm of the Year: Benelux' award, conferred by leading UK publication The Lawyer. AKD also received the award from The Lawyer in 2016 and 2018. The firm recently expanded its VBrussels office by the team of US law firm McGuireWoods.

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AKD, cabinet d’avocats du Benelux, s’agrandit avec l’équipe bruxelloise de McGuireWoods

AKD, cabinet d’avocats du Benelux, renforce son bureau de Bruxelles grâce à l’arrivée de l’équipe du bureau de Bruxelles de McGuireWoods. L’équipe qui rejoint le cabinet AKD se compose des associés Hubert André-Dumont, Paul Van den Bulck, Timothy Speelman et Steven Ongena, de l’avocat-conseil Pol Cools, et de quatre collaborateurs.

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Time to go “green” with your company cars? Consider introducing a mobility budget

On 3 December 2021, the Law of 25 November 2021 regarding the tax and social “greenification” of mobility was published in the Belgian Official Gazette. This law introduces a number of measures aimed at reforming the tax and social security regime of company cars with a view to fostering greener mobility. It also ushers in important changes to the mobility budget. Read more in this article on what the mobility budget is and what types of mobility solutions it contains, and what the changes are from 1 January 2022.

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Wage increase margin 2021-2022 and pension harmonisation. Two summer measures that (almost) went unnoticed

The summer of 2021 has proved exceptional in that it produced a surfeit of employment-related measures. A Royal Decree of 30 July 2021 set the maximum margin for salary cost increases for the period 2021-2022 at 0.4%. Two weeks earlier, employer and employee representative organisations within the National Labour Council entered into no fewer than 10 collective bargaining agreements, covering such topics as temporary unemployment, unemployment with company benefits (so-called “bridging pension”) and supplementary pensions.

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Back to (remote) work: new rules for Belgian employers as from September 2021

After 1.5 year of teleworking, the Belgian Coordination Committee (coordination body composed of Federal, regional and community ministers) decided to lift the recommendation to work from home as of 1 September 2021. As a result, many employees are now gradually returning to the office, often on a part-time basis.

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