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CJEU finds that the UK failed to control fraud affecting Chinese textiles and footwear imports between 2011 and 2017

The Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) remains competent to deal with cases arising from the United Kingdom’s EU membership before Brexit. Article 86(1) of the 2019 Withdrawal Agreement makes it clear that any cases pending…

FIIDE XXIX Congress The Hague 2021

FIDE, the International European Law Federation, met for its XXIX Congress in the Hague at the beginning of November. Leonard Hawkes from Lawrope member FLINN contributed as national rapporteur on the UK GDPR and the DPA2018. EU Law Live's…

News 2: “Data Adequacy” process for the UK

  The Trade and Cooperation Agreement (“TCA”) agreed on 24 December 2020 (and still to be ratified by the European Parliament), includes interim provisions for continuing unrestricted transmission of personal data from the European…

Estate Planning - December 18th, 6PM

FLINN Seminar FLINN is pleased to invite you to a seminar on Wednesday, December 18th about estate planning tools, taking into account the latest reforms in inheritance law. To say that Belgium and its regions sometimes impose high inheritance…

GDPR ISSUES IN THE M&A PROCESS: 14TH International M&A CONFERENCE – VERSAILLES

M&A practitioners are more and more confronted by GDPR issues when assisting their clients. This matter was addressed by FLINN during the 14th International M&A Conference, which took place from 1 to 3 November in the prestigious TRIANON…

Brexit: The Morning after the Night Before

The British Prime Minister, Mrs Teresa May, lost the Parliamentary vote on the withdrawal agreement negotiated with the European Union last night (15th January 2019) by 230 votes. It is the largest parliamentary defeat for a UK government in…