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VAN BAEL & BELLIS NEWSFLASH COVID-19: Ensuring safety and continuation of services to clients

  • 17/03/2020
  • News

In order to protect the health of our lawyers and staff while ensuring an uninterrupted service to our clients, Van Bael and Bellis has switched to remote working mode as of Saturday, 14 March. The transition took place seamlessly and our systems are fully operational. All our remote working tools continue to guarantee the confidentiality and integrity of our email and file servers. In accordance with public health recommendations, non-essential face-to-face meetings are replaced by videoconferencing and international travel has been suspended until further notice. In all other aspects, our services will continue unaffected. In case you would have any queries in this respect, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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