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Stibbe hosts a seminar on the act of 4th of April 19 on abuse of economic dependence

Stibbe hosts a seminar on the act of 4/5/2019 on abuse of economic

Stibbe hosts a seminar on the act of 4th of April 19 on abuse of economic dependence

24.10.2019 BE law

On October 24th, VBO/FEB's Secretary General Philippe Lambrecht and Stibbe Brussels' Peter Wytinck, Paul Van der Putten, Erik Valgaeren and Sarah De Wulf hosted a lunch seminar aimed at clarifying the scope, interpretation and implications for businesses of the ground-breaking (but still enigmatic) law of 4 April 2019 on the abuse of economic dependence and unfair terms and practices in B2B relationships.

Philippe Lambrecht welcomed our guests and offered additional context on the act and on unfair market practices in B2B relationships.

Subsequently, Peter Wytinck spoke over abuse of economic dependence and Paul Van der Putten explained unfair terms in B2B relationships.

Erik Valgaeren and Sarah De Wulf animated an interactive debate on an IT casus concerning software license contracts.

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