Posthofbrug 6 bus 1 ingang A – 4de verdieping
2600 Antwerpen

Astrea is an independent law firm with offices in Antwerp and Brussels. It counts approximately 40 lawyers, 10 of which are partners. Since its incorporation in 2006, Astrea has experienced continuous growth and has offered advice to a growing list of international and domestic clients in all major areas of business law (including corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, restructuring, financial and tax law, employment, commercial law, intellectual property, IT, media & entertainment, real estate, administrative and environmental law, distribution law, and transportation and logistics). Astrea is a law firm with strong capabilities in virtually every area of business law. We can also rely on an extensive network of specialized law firms in other jurisdictions that provide advice and assistance in the context of complex cross-border transactions and legal issues. This allows us to offer our national and international clients a comprehensive approach and an integrated, global service. Availability, speed and a proactive approach are our watchwords. We pride ourselves that the service we offer is not only of the highest quality, but also the most cost-effective, and that it is provided within the context of strong client relationships. We combine a cost-conscious approach with investment in the potential of our lawyers and personnel, plus the unremitting dedication and readiness for action of every member of our team: this is the recipe for success Astrea uses on a daily basis to add value to the business activities of its clients. The values underpinning the work of every member of the Astrea team are diligence, integrity, open-mindedness, professionalism and collegiality. But our recipe for success also depends on the unique mix of passion for our own areas of expertise, and respect for the expertise of our colleagues and clients. As such, Astrea offers a genuine alternative, setting itself apart from other legal service providers in the Belgian market.

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Advocatenkantoor Astrea breidt zijn Omgevingsrecht- en Vastgoedpraktijk verder uit met drie ervaren en gespecialiseerde advocaten

Het toonaangevende advocatenkantoor Astrea breidt zijn Omgevingsrecht- en Vastgoedpraktijk gevoelig uit met de komst van nieuwe vennoot Ilse Cuypers, die overkomt van Lexeco.

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Steven De Schrijver and Jeroen Mues contributed the Belgian Chapter to the international comparative legal guide to mergers & acquisitions 2015

Also in the 2015 edition of the ICLG Guide to M&A, Steven De Schrijver and Jeroen Mues contributed the Belgian Chapter. 

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Karine Roobrouck wint pleitwedstrijd Ridder René Victor 2015

De prestigieuze pleitwedstrijd Ridder René Victor, die dit jaar plaatsvond op donderdag 26 februari 2015 in de assisenzaal in het oude Justitiepaleis van Antwerpen, werd gewonnen door Mr. Karine Roobrouck, werkzaam bij Astrea binnen het Social departement.

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The Belgian legislative and regulatory approach to privacy, data protection and cybersecurity

Steven De Schrijver and Thomas Daenens from Astrea have written the chapter on the Belgian legislative and regulatory approach to privacy, data protection and cybersecurity in the first issue of The Privacy, Data Protection and Cybersecurity Law Review, published in November 2014.

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Belgian drones ready for launch this spring?

The Belgian Minister of Mobility, Mrs Jacqueline Galant, has announced that the new Royal Decree related to the use of drones has been finalized and will be submitted for advice to the Council of State (“Raad van State”) and the Regional Governments. The first draft of the Royal Decree received criticism of Europe, so the Minister was compelled to temper the rather strict rules that applied to drones, and in particular the static distinction between professional and recreational use. The Minister expects that the Royal Decree will enter into force during the coming spring.

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Drones and Privacy: Belgian Privacy Commission Approves Draft Royal Decree

Until a couple of years ago, drones, or remotely piloted aircraft systems (“RPAS”), were only used for military purposes. Recently, however, the technology has been further developed, as a result of which drones have not only become smaller, more practical and less expensive, they can and are also used for civil or commercial purposes, such as infrastructure monitoring, photography or even transport of goods and people. Real estate agencies already use drones to take pictures of private properties. Amazon is testing a drone delivery system to send packages to its customers and Domino’s did the same for its delivery of pizzas. While no one seems to question the potential social and economic benefits of drones, in particular as regards jobs and growth, their use by private companies and individuals for economic or other purposes does raise a number of important concerns.

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Het Grondwettelijk Hof heeft geoordeeld dat art. 4 Wet Continuïteit Ondernemingen de artikelen 10 en 11 van de Grondwet niet schendt (Arrest van 12 maart 2015).

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