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The FAIB is very pleased to invite you to the next lunch-debate,  TUESDAY 20 FEBRUARY 2024

Subject :  Implementation and use of AI in companies - Social law aspects

Generative AI software’s such as Chat GPT have achieved a major breakthrough in our lives whether at home or more importantly at work.

Many companies have implemented AI related tools and software’s and many employees have used them – sometimes even without approval from their employer.

The use of such software’s at the workplace does trigger labor related questions which will be summarized and discussed with you during this Lunch-Debate.

How to implement it, whether you need to inform and consult the employees, can you motivate a termination because you replace an employee by AI or can you terminate an employee who made use of it against policies are amongst those questions that will be covered. Labor, health and safety, confidentiality, termination rules, privacy aspects will be debated.


Start: February 20, 2024
12:00 PM
End: February 20, 2024
2:30 PM

Maison des Associations Internationales, Rue Washington, Ixelles, Belgique

Rue Washington 40
1050 Ixelles Bruxelles


Christophe Delmarcelle

Lawyer - Founding partner
  • Christophe Delmarcelle

    Christophe Delmarcelle has more than 20 years' experience in labor law (collective and individual), social security, pensions, privacy and HR income tax matters. With broad experience in both individual and collective dismissals and closure of undertaking, he has also developed a strong practice of advising on the dismissal of top executives. He advises on transfers of undertaking, the social aspects of major reorganisations, trade secrets and privacy issues including on Byod, whistle-blowing, monitoring of telecommunications, pre-employment checks, GDPR etc.

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  • DEL-Law

    DEL-Law is the result of the vision of Mr Christophe Delmarcelle of human resources management services. Throughout his career, he has oscillated between labour law and tax law, considering that all matters affecting workers (Belgian and international taxation, social security, privacy, immigration, etc.) must be covered for optimum service to the client.

    “The true value of a company, its wealth, it is first and foremost that of its workers”

    Mr Christophe Delmarcelle attaches the greatest importance to the accuracy and detail of his opinions and to providing practical advices that will be easily used without additional translation into lay language. This pragmatic and personalized approach is accompanied by supporting documents, meeting scripts or classic conventions, but also by synthetic summaries and tables intended to facilitate understanding and decision-making.

    Quantified comparisons of financial risks in the context of litigation, of individual or collective redundancy costs, of split compensation or benefits resulting from the implementation of a new salary policy, and the legal knowledge underlying them, are all exclusive tools developed internally and are one of the strengths of DEL-Law’s practice.

    “All advices take into account the client’s reality and anticipate his needs and the subsequent required actions within the framework of a clear, understandable and synthetic strategy.”

    They aim at maximizing success whether in the defense of a case in court, in the context of collective or individual negotiations, or even in view of implementation of new measures within the client company. Those strategic aspects are appreciated and put forward by clients, particularly at the end of complex negotiations. This vision is embedded in an ideal competitive budgetary environment.

    “Providing quality, pedagogy and accuracy, this could be the motto of DEL-Law, a « niche firm » with great ambitions.”

    With the DEL-Law foundation and by surrounding himself with a solid and growing team formed on the core of the existing team within the DKW law firm, Mr Christophe Delmarcelle aims to improve the clients service experience, whether companies or workers, middle or senior managers. The expansion of the team also aims to ensure on-time delivery in a convivial and dedicated environment.


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The Venue

The Maison des Associations Internationales (M.A.I.) is a welcoming and gathering place dedicated to international associations, located in the heart of Brussels, capital of the European Union and headquarters of NATO.

The M.A.I. believes in the strength of solidarity, collaboration and collective action, values that are at the basis of its creation. Its mission is to support international non-profit organizations and associations in the non-profit sector by providing the logistical services necessary for their proper functioning.

Adress: 40 rue Washington, 1050 Ixelles

Room: Berlin (ground floor)


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