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ALTIUS/Tiberghien  

Legal Services | Belgium

www.altiustiberghien.com/
tel: +32 2 426 14 14 | fax: +32 2 426 20 30
Havenlaan 86C box 414 Avenue du Port | Brussels | 1000 | Belgium

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Yves Brosens

Yves BrosensPartner

  • Asset & Acquisition Finance
  • Banking

Philippe De Wulf

Philippe De WulfPartner

  • Employee Benefits
  • Employment and Labor

William Timmermans

William TimmermansPartner

  • Administrative Law
  • Environmental


Marie Brasseur

Marie BrasseurPartner

  • Corporate and Business
  • Corporate Finance

Philippe de Jong

Philippe de JongPartner

  • Intellectual Property
  • Patents

Sven Demeulemeester

Sven DemeulemeesterPartner

  • Employee Benefits
  • Employment and Labor


Sylvie Dubois

Sylvie DuboisManaging Partner

  • Employee Benefits
  • Employment and Labor

Alexander Hansebout

Alexander HanseboutPartner

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Commercial Litigation

Lieven Peeters

Lieven PeetersPartner

  • Real Estate
  • Construction


Christophe Ronse

Christophe RonsePartner

  • Commercial Law
  • Commercial Litigation

Gerrit Vandendriessche

Gerrit VandendriesschePartner

  • Commercial Law
  • Consumer Law

Carmen Verdonck

Carmen VerdonckPartner

  • Agency Law
  • Antitrust and Unfair Competition


Jerome Vermeylen

Jerome VermeylenPartner

  • Contract Law
  • Corporate and Business

Olivier Vrins

Olivier VrinsPartner

  • Intellectual Property
  • Patents


Hanne Baeyens

Hanne BaeyensAssociate

  • Commercial Law
  • Competition

Fauve Bex

Fauve BexAssociate

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

Esther Soetens

Esther SoetensManaging Associate

  • Employment and Labor


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Last Call to Implement Electronic Voting and/or Voting by Letter for Covid-Proof Social Elections
ALTIUS/Tiberghien, October 2020

 In principle, the decision to vote electronically should have been taken as early as February 2020, at a time when few had ever heard of Covid-19. Companies that did not do so at that time but, as a result of Covid-19, would like to do so now for security reasons or because their staff still (mostly) work from home, have been given the opportunity to still introduce electronic voting. However, they have to reach an agreement on this issue at the latest on day X + 56 (i.e. between 13 and 26 October, depending on the new election date). Voting by letter can also be an option in these Covid-19 times. The deadline for doing so is also day X + 56...

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COVID-19: New Record-Keeping Obligation and Compliance Check Relating to Foreign Workers and Self-Employed Individuals
ALTIUS/Tiberghien, September 2020

As part of some new measures that aim to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the government has imposed a new record-keeping obligation on certain employers and users which temporarily rely on foreign employees or self-employed individuals. In-scope employers and users must also verify whether the foreign employees and self-employed individuals have duly completed the passenger locator form. These new obligations apply from 24 August 2020 until 31 October 2020, but will likely be extended...

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New Rules on Temporary Unemployment from 1 September 2020: Start Preparing Now
ALTIUS/Tiberghien, August 2020

From 1 September 2020, new rules on temporary unemployment will enter into force. Companies and sectors that are substantially affected by the COVID-19 crisis can continue to apply the current and simplified COVID-19 force majeure temporary unemployment regime until 31 December 2020. The list of in-scope sectors has yet to be determined by the minister of work. In-scope companies are companies which had a number of unemployment days based on economic reasons or COVID-19 force majeure in the second quarter of 2020 totalling at least 20% of the total number of working days declared to the National Social Security Office...

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New Rules on Temporary Unemployment as of 1 September 2020: Start Making Preparations Now
ALTIUS/Tiberghien, August 2020

From 1 September 2020, new rules on temporary unemployment will enter into force.  Companies and sectors that are substantially impacted by the Covid-19 crisis can continue to apply the current and simplified ‘Covid-19 force majeure’ temporary unemployment regime until 31 December 2020. The list of in-scope sectors is yet to be determined by the Minister of Work. Companies that are substantially impacted by the Covid-19 crisis are companies with a number of unemployment days based on economic reasons or based on “Covid-19 force majeure” in the second quarter of 2020 of at least 20% of the total number of working days declared to the NSSO...

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10 Quick-and-Key Questions on a Safe Return to Work with Covid-19
ALTIUS/Tiberghien, June 2020

With the exit from the lockdown now in full force, more companies are bringing their staff back to their work premises. We have listed 10 quick-but-key questions that every business manager or HR specialist must deal with during this restart...

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