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STEVEN DE SCHRIJVER AND RUDI DESMET CONTRIBUTED THE BELGIAN CHAPTER TO THE INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE LEGAL GUIDE TO OUTSOURCING 2019

31.7.2019

Astrea’s Corporate and M&A partner Steven De Schrijver and Employment Law partner Rudi Desmet have contributed the Belgian Chapter 4 of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Outsourcing 2019 (4th edition).

This guide, which is divided into Country Question and Answer Chapters, covers common issues in outsourcing laws and regulations in 21 jurisdictions – including regulatory frameworks, procurement processes, transfer of assets, employment law, data protection and tax issues, customer remedies, liability and dispute resolution. All chapters are written by leading experts in this particular practice area. 

Read the complete chapter written by Steven De Schrijver and Rudi Desmet: ICLG Outsourcing - Chapter 4: Belgium

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STEVEN DE SCHRIJVER AND RUDI DESMET CONTRIBUTED THE BELGIAN CHAPTER TO THE INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE LEGAL GUIDE TO OUTSOURCING 2019

Astrea’s Corporate and M&A partner Steven De Schrijver and Employment Law partner Rudi Desmet have contributed the Belgian Chapter 4 of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Outsourcing 2019 (4th edition).

This guide, which is divided into Country Question and Answer Chapters, covers common issues in outsourcing laws and regulations in 21 jurisdictions – including regulatory frameworks, procurement processes, transfer of assets, employment law, data protection and tax issues, customer remedies, liability and dispute resolution. All chapters are written by leading experts in this particular practice area. 

Read the complete chapter written by Steven De Schrijver and Rudi Desmet: ICLG Outsourcing - Chapter 4: Belgium