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STEVEN DE SCHRIJVER AND RUDI DESMET PUBLISH BELGIAN CHAPTER IN “GETTING THE DEAL THROUGH – TECHNOLOGY M&A 2019"

4.12.2018

Astrea partners Steven De Schrijver and Rudi Desmet have contributed the Belgian chapter in “Getting the Deal Through – Technology M&A 2019”, which has been published by Law Business Research.

Getting the Deal Through (‘GTDT’) works with many of the best lawyers and law firms in the world to bring together a unique legal information resource, written by experts on each subject area, in every significant jurisdiction.

GTDT uses a simple and concise Q&A format to help users find information quickly and efficiently, covering over 80 practice areas spanning competition & regulatory, dispute resolution & litigation, tax, white collar crime, IP, corporate, commercial, banking & finance, infrastructure & transport, energy & natural resources, insurance and compliance.

The purpose of GTDT’s first edition of the “Technology M&A” guide is to provide an overview of the various factors affecting technology M&A transactions across various jurisdictions.

Read here the complete Belgian chapter published by Steven De Schrijver and Rudi Desmet: “Getting the Deal Through - Technology M&A 2019 - Belgium”.

STEVEN DE SCHRIJVER AND RUDI DESMET PUBLISH BELGIAN CHAPTER IN “GETTING THE DEAL THROUGH – TECHNOLOGY M&A 2019"

Astrea partners Steven De Schrijver and Rudi Desmet have contributed the Belgian chapter in “Getting the Deal Through – Technology M&A 2019”, which has been published by Law Business Research.

Getting the Deal Through (‘GTDT’) works with many of the best lawyers and law firms in the world to bring together a unique legal information resource, written by experts on each subject area, in every significant jurisdiction.

GTDT uses a simple and concise Q&A format to help users find information quickly and efficiently, covering over 80 practice areas spanning competition & regulatory, dispute resolution & litigation, tax, white collar crime, IP, corporate, commercial, banking & finance, infrastructure & transport, energy & natural resources, insurance and compliance.

The purpose of GTDT’s first edition of the “Technology M&A” guide is to provide an overview of the various factors affecting technology M&A transactions across various jurisdictions.

Read here the complete Belgian chapter published by Steven De Schrijver and Rudi Desmet: “Getting the Deal Through - Technology M&A 2019 - Belgium”.