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Squire Patton Boggs has come together to combine the strength, influence and resources of Squire Sanders and Patton Boggs Our global team of over 1500 lawyers across 44 offices in 21 countries is ready to support you – wherever law, business and government interact. We support private and public sector clients across extensive global practice areas. We also have a preeminent public policy practice with deep-rooted relationships in Washington DC, Brussels and beyond.

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Employment Law Partner Adds to Pensions and GDPR Skills

Squire Patton Boggs announces the appointment of Marga Caproni as a partner in its Labour and Employment Practice in the Brussels office.

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Squire Patton Boggs Adds European Data Protection Leader in Brussels

Squire Patton Boggs is pleased to welcome Monika Kuschewsky as a partner in the firm’s global Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Group, and a member of the Intellectual Property & Technology Practice. Ms. Kuschewsky will be based in Brussels, where she has practised since 2000, most recently at Covington & Burling LLP.

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Squire Patton Boggs Foundation partners with College of Europe for fellowship with EU Institutions

The Squire Patton Boggs Foundation will expand its fellowship program into Europe, further extending the reach of the Foundation in supporting public service initiatives. Working in partnership with the prestigious College of Europe (Bruges, Belgium) and the Russia-United States Legal Education Foundation, the initiative will build on the program that has operated in the US for more than a decade and the Middle East since 2013.

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Squire Patton Boggs adds corporate heavyweight in Brussels

Squire Patton Boggs has appointed Bart Vanderstraete as a partner in the Global Corporate Practice in Brussels. Mr. Vanderstraete joins from the Brussels office of Clifford Chance where he has been in practice for more than 16 years.

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New Corona measures support Belgian employers well into the Autumn

The Belgian government is acutely aware that businesses will feel the impact of the Covid-19 crisis well beyond the summer months. To that end, a new set of measures was decided during the Inner Cabinet meeting of 12 June. Information on these measures is still scarce, but we thought we’d share the highlights with you now (and of course will update you when we can).

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New “Corona leave” reduces young parents’ suffering

In a previous article, we mentioned in mildly critical tones that the Belgian government still hadn’t issued a regulation on a proposed special “Corona leave” for young parents struggling to balance (home)work and the care of their children. It could just be coincidence, obviously, but the very next day the government reached agreement on the topic. Unfortunately we have then had to wait until today for publication of the details in the relevant Royal Decree.

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Belgium comes out of lockdown … in 12,376 simple steps

As from 4 May, Belgium will gradually start the long haul out of lockdown. And when we say “gradually”, that may still be an understatement: in a PowerPoint presentation longer than the Harry Potter series and containing much less magic, the country’s Prime Minister has explained to the media each of the seemingly endless phases to a return to whatever is our new normality.

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Belgium – when contractual cherry-picking may be fruitless

In a recent blog, we wrote about the stringent language requirements in Belgian employment: how documents drafted in the wrong language are null and void but that this sanction of nullity may not be to the detriment of the employee, meaning that the employee can do a “cherry picking” of the provisions that are most beneficial to their case [here]. The ink of our words hadn’t fully dried yet when a first hopeful message came, perhaps pointing to a more pragmatic approach by the Belgian courts.

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