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Belgian constitutional court rejects special severance regime in construction industry as of 2018

The existing statutory notice terms for blue collar workers in the construction industry were found to be discriminatory by the Belgian Constitutional Court. Find out more here.

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Mandatory energy audit for large enterprises

Pursuant to article of the Vlarem II-legislation, all enterprises which are not a SME (and cannot invoke a specific exemption) are subject to an energy audit prior to December 5, 2015.

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Social ruling procedure in place and operational

In the framework of the fight against false self employment, the Act of December 27, 2006, as modified by the Act of August 25, 2012, established a Social Ruling Commission (hereafter: ‘SRC’). Parties who are working together on a self employed basis by virtue of an agreement can apply at the SRC for a ruling to qualify their collaboration (i.e. as a service agreement and not an employment contract).

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K law appoints acquisitions partner

K law is pleased to announce yet another major lateral hire.  Acquisitions partner Patrick Geeraert has joined our firm in a move designed to enhance and expand K law’s M&A department.

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Registration of establishment units with the CBE

The vice-prime minister/minister of Labor, Economy and Consumers, charged with Foreign Trade answers a parliamentary question on the registration of establishment units with the CBE.

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K law appoints partner to head its Banking & Finance Practice

K law appoints Isabelle Blomme as Partner in Banking & Finance in a move to enhance and expand K law’s Banking, Finance & Regulatory practice.

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