Insights & news

Quentin Declève and Margot Vogels author article on first CJEU ruling on European Account Preservation Order (“EAPO”)

  • 30/03/2020
  • News

An article on the European Account Preservation Order (“EAPO”) co-authored by Van Bael & Bellis associates Quentin Declève and Margot Vogels has been published in the latest issue of the Belgian Commercial Law Journal (Tijdschrift voor Belgisch Handelsrecht / Revue de Droit commercial belge). The article focuses on a CJEU judgment of 7 November 2019 (C-555/18), which interpreted, for the first time, key concepts contained in the EAPO Regulation. The article also aims to demonstrate how the CJEU struck a balance between the interests of creditors and debtors in the context of cross-border debt recovery in civil and commercial matters.

 

The article is available here.

Key contacts

Related practice areas

Related insights

Sign up for updates
    • 05/08/2022
    • Newsletters

    VBB on Belgian Business Law, Volume 2022, No. 07

    The July 2022 issue of our Belgian Business Law newsletter reporting on the latest developments in a range of areas, including competition, data protection, intellectual property and labour law.

    Read more
    • 20/07/2022
    • Newsletters

    VBB on Belgian Business Law, Volume 2022, No. 06

    The June 2022 issue of our Belgian Business Law newsletter reporting on the latest developments in a range of areas, including competition, data protection, intellectual property and labour law.

    Read more
    • 19/07/2022
    • Articles

    European Commission Continues to Pursue "Gun Jumping" Merger Control Proceedings against Illumina and Grail

    On 20 August 2021, the European Commission (the Commission) said that it would investigate whether Illumina’s decision, made public on 18 August 2021, to acquire Grail pending the Commission’s review of that transaction under Regulation 139/2004 on the control of concentrations between undertakings (the Merger Regulation) is in breach of the “standstill obligation” provided for by Article 7, Merger Regulation. Pursuant to this provision, a concentration notifiable under the Merger Regulation must not be implemented until after the Commission has approved it (see, Van Bael & Bellis Life Sciences News and Insights of 24 August 2021).

    Read more

Subscribe to our updates

Please select the practice areas you are interested in: *