Information Technology

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As IT is at the heart of our clients’ business, we offer legal assistance across a broad spectrum of areas.

Information Technology

In this digital age, change is a given for our clients both in terms of technologies and the laws that govern them. It’s why we provide support to guide them through every legal challenge they face.

Teamwork with colleagues from other legal areas such as competition, corporate and intellectual property, allows us to provide a coordinated and integrated service. Through the expertise of our IT practice group and our close cooperation with top-tier firms in other jurisdictions around the world, we are able to handle all complex domestic and international IT matters.

On the menu to the right you will find a list of the specialisms we offer our clients from leading businesses to government agencies. By combining our legal expertise and IT knowledge, we provide pragmatic solutions across a broad spectrum of areas from setting up and negotiating contracts to dispute resolution before the courts.

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Market recognition

Chambers Award 2018

Netherlands Law Firm of the Year

"I like the responsiveness of the law firm in general. They are prompt to answer requests, even if it's in a short timeframe. I appreciate their pragmatic approach to files. We consider them a business partner – they do not only warn of risks, but find solutions, which makes them business enablers."

Chambers Europe 2018, Data protection chapter
Chambers Award 2018

Belgium Law Firm of the Year

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Articles - On 5 April 2022, the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union first confirmed that EU law precludes national legislative measures which provide, as a preventative measure, for the general and indiscriminate retention of traffic and location data relating to electronic communications, for the purpose of combating serious crime.

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