Join us! FLINN Cup - Inter Law Firm Competition

The FLINN Cup is the 7th regatta of the Ostend Cup series, organized by Ostend Sailing each year during the first week-end of September. It includes a friendly INTER LAW FIRM COMPETITION amongst Belgian and International Law Firms. We…

CETA Opinion from the CJEU

The Brussels Office of the UK Law Societies and Flinn Law firm held a panel discussion Tuesday morning, 14 May, about the EU Court of Justice (CJEU) Opinion (delivered on 30th April) regarding the CETA Investment Court System (ICS) and the autonomy…

UK: Parental bereavement: New guidance

Most employers will recognise the need to show compassion and support when faced with an employee whose child has died. However, from April 2020 bereaved parents will be entitled to paid leave under the Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Act…

What to expect when selling your tech company?

A successful tech business will inevitably attract attention from would be suitors and so at some point, the founding shareholders will be required to make a decision as to the extent to which they want to retain autonomy for driving its day-to-day…

The “management of certain intangible assets” scheme - Patent Box

The international homologation of the fiscal framework of Andorra is a reality. In effect, in October 2018 the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) approved the regulatory changes implemented in Andorra in recent years…

Brazilian Airport Administration Concession Bid

Past Friday, March 15, marked the conclusion of the 3rd stage of the Brazilian Airport Privatization Program, with opening of the proposals for the concession bid for the administration rights of 12 airports spread throughout three regions of…

‘To be, or not to be’ … Brexit, Act III

Scene 1: The risk profile of key border-related systems On February 28, the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee issued a statement that it had published as evidence, a National Audit Office memorandum, “The UK border: preparedness…

GDPR: Of politics & personal data

The issue of transparency and determining what use will be made of our personal data is central to its use in commerce and as we now know, it’s abuse in the field of politics. Full article from Boyes Turner can be found here.