Upcoming seminars and webinars
An overview of upcoming events organised by or involving Deloitte Legal
Whistleblower protection - Ready for action?
4 May 2022 | 16:00 - 18:00 CET
Deloitte HQ - Gateway (Zaventem)
The European Whistleblowing Directive provides for the establishment of mandatory secure channels for reporting breaches of EU law and the protection of those who report breaches in a professional context.
On 17 December 2021, the deadline to implement this directive expired. Today, we are still awaiting formal legislation in Belgium. Employers should however already take action to prepare as time is running short. Indeed, it could be argued whether the Directive has direct effect. On top, a pre-draft bill for the private sector provides for the new rules to enter into force on the publication date for companies with 250+ employees. Considering the government aims at having the bill voted before summer, pressure is on.
Deloitte Legal, Deloitte RA and IBJ are therefore organizing a joint event to highlight the main principles (Who? What? How? When?) and directly apply them to practice via case studies and whistleblowing tooling. In short, we will equip you with practical insights to set up secure and confidential reporting channels, ensuring compliance.
RetailDetail & Deloitte Tax and Legal Congress 2022
12 May 2022 | 9:30 - 13:00 CEST
Retailers have to deal with increasingly complex legislation at all levels. For the first time, RetailDetail brings together legal experts and retailers with concrete cases concerning rental legislation, staffing policy, cross-border trade, VAT, e-commerce and more...
Retailers have to deal with increasingly complex legislation at all levels. RetailDetail and Deloitte Legal bring clarity.
Effective Corporate compliance & Legal Entity Management
17 May 2022 | 11:00 - 12:00 CEST
The regulatory landscape is changing at an unprecedented rate and maintaining local and cross-border compliance is a challenge. Company directors are tasked to ensure their organizations remain fully compliant with legal and statutory obligations.
Automation of the corporate compliance process may lead to better management of risk, mitigation of directors’ liability, and increased efficiency. It will also offer opportunities to proactively manage overall corporate compliance and add value to your organization at large.
We’ll discuss :
- How to improve your corporate compliance process
- How to improve quality and control of data
- How to increase efficiency and reduce costs
Christophe Michiels | Partner | Deloitte Legal
Filip Van Acoleyen | Senior Manager | Deloitte Legal
Jan Roggen | Director | Legal Managed Services | Deloitte Legal