Seminar

TMT associates Carol Evrard and Sarah De Wulf speak on Unfair B2B contract terms

TMT associates Carol Evrard and Sarah De Wulf speak on Unfair B2B cont

TMT associates Carol Evrard and Sarah De Wulf speak on Unfair B2B contract terms

08.10.2020 BE law

Agoria, Belgium’s largest sectorial employers’ federation, organises its yearly Regulations and Standards event, 'Acumen 2020' between 19 and 23 October 2020.

Acumen 2020 aims at giving insights into new developments in the field of HR, technical regulations and innovation, business development and general legislation.

Stibbe's TMT associates Carol Evrard and Sarah De Wulf hold speaking engagements during this event. They will speak on Unfair B2B contract terms. The rules of this new ban on abusive terms in contracts between companies, valid since 1 December 2020, and its consequences for new and renewed contracts, will be explained on the basis of concrete examples. Please click here for more info and for the full program of this webinar.

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