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ALTIUS is one of the largest Belgian independent law firms, consisting of approximatively 65 lawyers. Established in Brussels, Antwerp, and Louvain-la-Neuve, we advise Belgian and international companies on the legal aspects of their transactions and disputes.
We help our clients navigate through often-complex legislation and regulatory environments and provide clear solutions to a wide range of legal issues. In addition to our specialist legal knowledge, we focus on thinking creatively with our clients to offer tailor-made solutions. Our aim is to turn, through careful listening and awareness, strategic questions into clear, straightforward answers.
For all tax-related issues, ALTIUS works closely with Tiberghien, a leading independent Belgian firm that specialises in tax law.
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I.P. | I.T.
Corporate | Commercial | Economic
Social | Work
Our practice areas include:
• Administrative and public law
• Banking and finance law
• Commercial law
• Competition law
• Corporate and M&A law
• EU law
• ICT law
• Intellectual Property law
• Labour law
• Litigation and arbitration
• Real Estate law
• Sports law
Mrs. Liselotte Van Biesbroeck
Tel: +32 (0) 2 426 14 14
Ms. Sylvie Dubois (Managing Partner)
Tel: +32 2 426 14 14
Fax: 02 426 20 30
Freezing’ bank accounts across Europe: the European Account Preservation Order (EAPO)
Creditors have now obtained a new – and important – tool for ‘freezing’ their debtor’s bank accounts throughout Europe with one single order.
EU Regulation 655/2014 of 15 May 2014 establishing a European Account Preservation Order procedure to facilitate cross-border debt recovery in civil and commercial matters (‘EAPO Regulation’) came into force on 17 July 2014 and applies from 18 January 2017.
New rules on provisional enforcement of judgements: what are the consequences for employers?
Since 1st November 2015, a vast reform of the Belgian civil procedure has been in force. One of the most important modifications is that the provisional enforcement of judgements has become the principle instead of the exception. For employers, this may entail several important disadvantages.
Moderating an invalid non-competition clause: the Supreme Court’s recent case law
On 23 January 2015, the Supreme Court delivered a judgment concerning the moderation of an invalid non-competition clause in a business transfer agreement. This judgment arose after the Ghent Court of Appeal had refused to moderate a non-competition obligation lasting for period of 17 years. In line with previous case law, the clause was declared absolutely null and void and the Ghent Court of Appeal ruled that the clause could not be mitigated in any way. In its judgment of 23 January 2015, the Supreme Court overturned the lower court’s judgment.
The Accounting Directive’s transposition: the impact on Belgian corporate law
Although the deadline to transpose the Accounting Directive 2013/34/EU into Belgian law elapsed on 20 July 2015, the Belgian legislator failed to transpose the Accounting Directive on time. Nevertheless, Belgium’s Council of Ministers did approve a preliminary draft Act and a preliminary draft royal decree on 19 June. Subject to the Council of State’s further advice, it is likely that the transposition into Belgian law will take place in the coming months.
Belgian Legal Awards Palmares
2007 : Tmt - Technology, Media & Telecommunication Law Firm Of The Year
2008 : Ip & It Law Firm Of The Year
2009 : Ip, It & Tmt Law Firm Of The Year
2010 : Managing Partner : Carine Van Regenmortel
2011 : Corporate Firm