Newsletter 06-2014

Dear reader, please find herewith our Newsletter with the following content:

Brussels I bis Regulation
New rules on jurisdiction

The Brussels I bis Regulation, which enters into force on 10 January 2015, will change some of the existing rules concerning the jurisdiction of the courts and will significantly simplify the procedures between parties, who reside in different EU Member States.
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Transfer of copyright from an
employee to the employer
How to qualify the remuneration?

Following a recent judgement by the Belgian Supreme Court the remuneration that an employee receives from his employer for the transfer of his copyright in creations or performances is described as "salary" on which social security contributions are due.
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Crowdfunding operations
in the light of legal requirements
of the Prospectus Law

Crowdfunding is considered as a form of public offering. In a nutshell, a crowdfunding operation offers to entrepreneurs owning a promising idea a way to address to unrelated investors.
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The following news was also available on our website :

What about the right to work
in case of a strike?

The successive trade-union actions at the level of the provinces are consolidated (for the time being?) by a national strike on 15 December. Are those, who want to work, left on their own?
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No national pledge register
on 1 December 2014

The introduction of the national pledge register is postponed.
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