My Tenant Died, What Now?

What you can do as a landlord when your tenant dies, depends on when the lease was signed. Leases concluded before January 1, 2019 are governed by the Federal Rent Act for which art. 1742 of the Civil Code states: “The lease shall not be terminated by the death of the landlord, nor by the death of […]

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UberX: 2.000 drivers without a job after the decision of the Court of Appeal of Brussels?

Since 26 November 2021, around 2.000 drivers and many more passengers will no longer be able to use the app UberX. This was decided by the Brussels Court of Appeal. In the meantime, a temporary emergency ordinance has been approved in view of a later definitive Brussels taxi reform so that the Uber drivers, under […]

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Blaser Mills Law announces Thames Hospice as charity partner for 2022

Blaser Mills Law is delighted to announce a charity partnership with the Thames Hospice for 2022. The Thames Hospice has served the community for more than 30 years, offering world-class palliative and end of life care and support to people aged over 16 years across East Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire. Our staff took part in an internal […]

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You advertise quicker than you think! You are not allowed to denigrate or speak badly about your competitors!

In a previous article1 you could already read that it is forbidden to advertise in a way that misleads or may mislead the consumer, unless it concerns exaggerated advertising that should not be taken literally. In this article, we look at another spectrum of prohibited advertising, namely denigrating comparative advertising and badgering. The Court of […]

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Anna Fernqvist Svensson participates in the IR Global Virtual Series – Exposing the Truth: What the EU Whistleblower Directive means for global business

Foreword By Editor, Andrew Chilvers Speaking Out: What impact will the EU whistleblowing law have on business transparency? In the past few years, demands have been growing around the world for more accountability by businesses and governments – particularly since the start of the Covid-19 crisis. Indeed, the global pandemic has heightened issues around whistleblowing […]

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Cancelled or severely delayed flight? You must take action within the year

Unfortunately, the current health crisis is causing more and more flights to be cancelled or severely delayed. In such cases, you as a passenger have certain rights. These rights were established by the European legislator in a Regulation no. 261/2004, the so-called ‘Passengers Regulation’. These rights apply to passengers who depart from the European Union […]

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