EEMA, the leading independent not for profit, European think tank focussing on identification, authentication, privacy, risk management, cyber security, the Internet of Things and mobile applications, has presented Jos Dumortier with its Lifetime Achievement Award.
In 2017, time.lex and CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies) performed an interesting study for the European Parliament (EP) Research Service regarding the possible introduction of a mandatory guarantee for the lifespan of certain products in the EU consumer legislation framework.
On Wednesday, June 28 at Money20/20 Europe, the four founding members Edwin Jacobs from time.lex, Benjamin May from Aramis, Frank Müller from Aderhold and Arno Voerman from Van Doorne officially launched their pan-European network of lawyers: the FinTech Lawyers Network (FLN).
A law firm can’t exist without satisfied clients. That’s why we’re proud of the fact that our clients rewarded us with prestigious scores in the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners law firm rankings.
DECIDE is a project funded under the EU’s horizon 2020 programme that will stimulate the creation and deployment through the use of its systems of applications, which are so designed that they can distribute their constituting components over heterogeneous cloud resources, sometimes provided by different cloud service providers, while still holding all the functional, business and non-functional properties declared in their respective Service Level Agreements (further: SLAs).
time.lex is providing legal assistance throughout the implementation of the project, focussing i.a. on aspects of applicable law, data protection and contractual implications of a multi-cloud structure.
Time.lex will be Eggsplore’s partner for new financial technologies. Time.lex and Eggsplore join forces to complement Eggsplore’s fintech know-how with time.lex’s legal expertise in digital technologies, IP, and privacy. Their joint competences will provide answers to the digital challenges currently faced by the financial industry.
The internationally renowned legal ranking "Legal 500" last week published its list of the best law firms by sector and by country for 2016, based on a large-scale satisfaction survey of clients of the firms involved.
In its niche subjects time.lex is again recognised as a “top-tier” and “leading” firm with very high scores.
It took four years of negotiations, but the EU's institutions finally agreed on the text of the General Data Protection Regulation. While it will still take some time before the Regulation takes effect, it is nevertheless highly recommended to prepare for the (near) future.
time.lex has entered into a cooperation agreement with the German company ePrivacy which specialises in digital security to help companies to comply both with legal and technical requirements.
Brussels Legal conducted an interview with time.lex partner Geert Somers on niche law firms in Brussels.