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Intellectual property theories: are they fairly justified?

The fact that the exclusive right permits the creator to forbid the others from using his work is the main source of conflict. This part will question whether this restriction is fairly justified. […]

2017-04-26T01:59:56+01:00October 19th, 2016|Non classé, We like, We share|

Intellectual Property Rights in Software

Copyright protection extends to the particular form in which an idea is expressed. In the case of software, copyright law would protect the source and object code, as well as certain unique original elements of the user interface. […]

2017-04-26T02:00:43+01:00December 21st, 2015|In Belgium, Non classé, We like|

How to apply for Belgian citizenship or long-term residence ?

A person may apply for Belgian citizenship or long-term residence in Belgium if he / she has lived in Belgium for five continuous years. After this period of time of living in Belgium, EU/EEA/Swiss nationals acquire permanent residence automatically, whereas the non-EU/EEA citizens should apply for it. […]

2017-04-26T02:00:44+01:00December 14th, 2015|In Belgium, Non classé, We like|

Do copyright survive in digital images ?

Not only from a copyrighted perspective, but also because of the importance of digital images nowadays, this question is key. In our world where people no longer read text, it goes without saying that “an image is worth a thousand words”. […]

2017-04-26T02:00:44+01:00November 30th, 2015|Non classé, We like, We share|

Do copyrights survive in photographs?

Can photographs meet the originality requirement of copyright protection? “Photographs are scientific pictures, not drawings, they are the naked truth … the imprint of the lens, not the product of human agency or perception.” (T. Kogan) […]

How to obtain a belgian professional card ?

Foreign (non-EU) nationals wishing to settle in Belgium and be self-employed must hold a professional card authorizing them to exercise their profession (carte professionnelle/beroepskaart), which can be issued for a period of five years. This is the entry door for a Belgian visa. […]

2017-04-26T02:01:07+01:00September 11th, 2015|In Belgium, In Europe, Non classé, We like|

Bringing Families Together

The conditions to obtain a visa that bring you closer to your family, and your new home. Everyone wants to be closer to their wife and children. We know this, and so does the law. Belgium has a few possibilities when it comes to reuniting married couples and families, providing that a member of the family resides in the country. […]

Belgium welcomes talented businessmen and skilled directors

Nationals of most third countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA) are under an obligation to hold a resident visa for a proposed stay of a more than 3 months on the territory of the SCHENGEN States. Belgium welcomes talented businessmen and skilled directors or executives that contribute to its economic & cultural success and attractiveness amongst the other EU states. Here is a PREZI sharing what solutions we offer re: setting up of companies in Belgium & related Visa applications for the directors :https://prezi.com/szs7ja5ykinm/ & a leaflet : http://ow.ly/d/3biC BROCH A to Z for Belgium

Law Right and crosslaw enter into a cooperation

Independent Brussels’ firms Law Right and crosslaw are proud to announce their cooperation, which will be effective as of 1 February 2014. crosslaw is a multi-specialist Belgian law firm founded in June 2013 by Johan Vandendriessche, Goedele Demunter, Christophe Minnart and François Coppens, all with extensive experience in national and international firms. crosslaw focuses on a cost-effective direct and responsive relationship with its clients in various specialized areas of business law (core expertise being IP and IT, commercial, tax and corporate services). Law Right has been founded in November 2002 by Christophe Boeraeve under the name Louiselawyers. Christophe is an experienced tax lawyer with broad national and international experience and has an extensive practice in non-profit associations. Goedele Demunter, partner at crosslaw, comments: “We are excited to announce this cooperation, which will create additional synergies on the French speaking side. We look forward to extend the range of services offered to our clients with a firm sharing the same approach towards their clients: accurate, practical and cost-effective legal solutions.”

2015-02-16T09:00:19+01:00January 27th, 2014|Breaking news, In Belgium, Law Right, We like|