Webinar Video | Retail Law Series 2 : The new B2B Act on abuse of economic dependence, unfair terms and unfair market practices

Webinar Video | Retail Law Series 2 : The new B2B Act on abuse of economic dependence, unfair terms and unfair market practices
November 26, 2020

Are you familiar with the new law of 4 April 2019 that already impacts and is going to impact B2B contractual and commercial relationships even further in the near future?

On the occasion of the entry into force of the section on unfair terms in business-to-business contracts as from 1 December 2020, we invite you to follow our second edition of our Retail law series on this topic. 

  • Mathieu Maniet gives you an overview of the new rules prohibiting unfair terms in B2B contracts.
  • Lauranne Truyens goes through the misleading or aggressive market practices that are now forbidden between undertakings.
  • Quentin Silvestre explains what is behind the new notion of “abuse of economic dependence” between undertakings.

Written by

  • Mathieu Maniet

    Managing Associate

  • Lauranne Truyens

    Associate

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