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L'ARSENAL, BOULEVARD LOUIS SCHMIDT, 29, 1040 BRUSSELS, BELGIUM
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Work +32 2 742 70 00
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Fax +32 2 742 71 00
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Fieldfisher, Eric Cusas, Brussels, BELGIUM

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Eric Cusas

Tel:
Work +32 2 742 70 28
Email:
Web:
www.fieldfisher.com
Fieldfisher

Work Department

Dispute Resolution

Position

Partner, founder of the Brussels office in 2007

Career

A Senior Dispute Resolution lawyer with a strong management expertise and a solid economic background, Eric specialises in complex litigation with a particular focus on distribution, real estate related disputes, directors' liability, shareholders' disputes and business criminal law.

He has a deep knowledge of the automotive sector and of the retail industry.

Languages

French, English, Spanish


Belgium

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

At Fieldfisher, recent work includes Eric Cusas acting for CFL, the national railway of Luxembourg, in litigation regarding damage to Belgian national railway infrastructure following an accident. Jean-François Germain heads a group, which also acts for Ecolab, Euroclear and Vizzion Europe. Maxime Berlingin is also recommended.

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Fieldfisher

  • Is comparative advertising unfair?

    THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE (ECJ) IS IN THE midst of considering questions referred to it by the UK courts in three separate cases that should clarify the law regarding comparative advertising. This type of advertising, particularly when it identifies a competitor or a competitor’s goods or services by referring to a registered trade mark, is of particular concern to trade mark owners as their competitors normally seek to make unfavourable comparisons with their own goods or services, or to take advantage of being associated with the market leader’s brand.
    - Field Fisher Waterhouse

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