Content of the Class
As food is one of the major export products and an important import product of the EU it is one of the key domains in EU trade and regulatory policies. In this workshop we will discuss the impact of trade (FTA’s, import/export regulations, …) and indirect taxes including customs duties, excises, VAT and other food related levies on the food sector.
Bert Gevers, partner, is a member of the Loyens & Loeff Indirect Tax Practice Group and he co-heads the Food & Beverages Team. He advises his clients on matters related to the international and domestic exchange of goods and services.
Aude Mahy, counsel, is a member of the Loyens & Loeff Litigation & Risk Management Practice Group and she co-heads the Food & Beverages Team. She specialises in commercial law and European and Belgian food law.
Jack Nuijten, senior associate, is a member of the Loyens & Loeff Indirect Tax Practice Group. He specialises in trade and customs procedures.
Jochen Vankerckhoven, associate, is a member of the Loyens & Loeff Indirect Tax Practice Group. He specialises in trade and customs procedures.
External speaker to be confirmed.
13:30 Arrival and registration
14:00 Part I of the class
16:00 Part II of the class
17:30 End of the class
The Food Law Classes are graciously offered to Loyens & Loeff clients.
Other companies participate in the costs for the amount of EUR 345,- (excl. VAT) per class or EUR 2.900,- (excl. VAT) for 10 classes (applicable in case of registration at once).
The Food Law Classes will be open to law or science Master students (free of charge, admission upon motivation letter).
Seats are limited. Based on availability.
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Cancellation policy: In case of cancellation less than 10 days prior to the class, an administrative fee of EUR 75,- (excl. VAT) will be charged.