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The ECJ affirms the right to remain silent for individuals

The ECJ affirms the right to remain silent for individuals
15/03/2021

In a recent decision, the ECJ affirms the right to remain silent for individuals prosecuted for administrative offence of a criminal nature and denies to member states the possibility to impose sanctions for failure to cooperate to the investigation

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 Can the late discovery of fraud lead to the vacating of an arbitration award?

Can the late discovery of fraud lead to the vacating of an arbitration award?
10/02/2021

According to the Constitutional Court judgment of 28 January 2021, fraud discovered more than three months after the notification of an arbitration award can now lead to the vacating of the award.

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Mr. Hugo Keulers
Mr. Marijn De Ruysscher

Wat u moet weten over het ICC-arbitragereglement 2021
22/01/2021

Arbitrage is een belangrijke alternatieve geschillenbeslechtingsmethode die steeds meer aandacht krijgt van de bedrijfswereld voor het oplossen van internationale en nationale commerciële geschillen. 

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The Belgian Class Action: Whom to be Wary of?

The Belgian Class Action: Whom to be Wary of?
18/01/2021

In 2014 Belgium introduced a limited form of class action into its legal system and will now have to adjust it further to meet EU requirements

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The ICC 2021 arbitration rules: 7 noteworthy changes

The ICC 2021 arbitration rules: 7 noteworthy changes
29/12/2020

The International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (‘ICC’) has issued a revised version of its Arbitration Rules. The 2021 Rules enter into force on 1 January 2021 and aim to make arbitration even more efficient, flexible and transparent.

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The ICC 2021 arbitration rules: 7 noteworthy changes

The ICC 2021 arbitration rules: 7 noteworthy changes
29/12/2020

The International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (‘ICC’) has issued a revised version of its Arbitration Rules. The 2021 Rules enter into force on 1 January 2021 and aim to make arbitration even more efficient, flexible and transparent.

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The ICC 2021 arbitration rules: 7 noteworthy changes

The ICC 2021 arbitration rules: 7 noteworthy changes
29/12/2020

The International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (‘ICC’) has issued a revised version of its Arbitration Rules. The 2021 Rules enter into force on 1 January 2021 and aim to make arbitration even more efficient, flexible and transparent.

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Coronavirus: tijdelijke inperking van loonbeslagen

Coronavirus: tijdelijke inperking van loonbeslagen
15/06/2020

Vanaf 30 mei 2020 genieten particulieren een tijdelijke opschorting van hun schulden.

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Mr. Hugo Keulers

Zorgt het Coronavirus ook voor een opflakkering van class actions in Belgiƫ?
08/06/2020

Intussen wordt algemeen aanvaard dat de Corona pandemie een globale overmachtsituatie uitmaakt waarbij in principe niemand verantwoordelijk kan worden gehouden voor enige door het Coronavirus geleden schade.

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New extension of certain procedural time limits and the written procedure before courts and tribunals

New extension of certain procedural time limits and the written procedure before courts and tribunals
30/04/2020

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