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Dispute resolution Tier 1
At Loyens & Loeff, the 'very professional and motivated' team represented the Kingdom of Spain in proceedings pertaining to damages claims brought against Spanish judge Pablo Llarena by former members of the Catalan Government for alleged defamation; the court has declared itself without jurisdiction on the grounds of the Kingdom of Spain's immunity, which also covers Llarena. Hakim Boularbah and Olivier van der Haegen jointly head up the department.
Hakim Boularbah; Olivier van der Haegen
‘Outstanding ability to mobilize the most precise and relevant piece of legal advice while connecting it with the upmost rigour with business facts and matters‘.
‘Hakim Boularbah is an absolute outstanding contention specialist, whose precision and quality of legal analysis and approaches of recommendation makes him immensely valuable as leader of our contention defense team. His proximity to the client, ability to understand business reality while still figuring out the decisive legal matters to defend client rights are second-to-none. His ability to work as team player and team leader among several high-profile legal counsels are also greatly valuable in a complex legal set-up‘.
Industry focus: Energy Tier 1
Loyens & Loeff's 'customer satisfaction-driven, committed and knowledgeable' energy team focuses on renewable projects – particularly following the EU's Winter Package guidelines – as well as new regulatory developments and M&A-related cases. 'Communicative and hands-on partner' Thomas Chellingsworth heads the practice and is 'a true expert', particularly in the regulatory aspects of offshore wind financings. Other recent matters handled by the practice involve power purchase agreements, financing due diligence and contractual force majeure crises following the Covid-19 pandemic. Associates Christine Delagaye and Bram Devlies are also recognised as 'a great asset' and 'an excellent energy contract negotiator', respectively.
Other key lawyers:
Christine Delagaye; Bram Devlies
‘Very customer satisfaction-driven, committed, knowledgeable and integrated team. Very pleasant to work with and very good value for money.’
‘Thomas Chellingsworth is a very communicative and hands-on partner with vast experience in, and knowledge about, the energy sector and a business-oriented approach in his advice.’
‘Thomas Chellingsworth is a true expert.’
‘Christine Delagaye is a great asset to the team. She is technically excellent and provides clear, commercial advice.’
‘Bram Devlies is an excellent energy contract negotiator, with very up-to-date regulatory knowledge. He is a key name for power purchase agreements, onshore renewable energy projects and advice on renewable energy certificates.’
‘A lot of specialised knowledge in a wide range of disciplines: for every different question, there is a specialised lawyer.’
‘Professional, correct, thorough research, a lot of knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to specific cases. Thomas Chellingsworth and Christine Delagaye are open to consultation, easy to reach and strategically strong.’
‘Strong reputation in the area of project finance, in particular offshore wind farms financing and the regulatory aspects.’
International Car Operators
Interconnector (UK) Limited
Tax Tier 1
The 'pragmatic' Natalie Reypens leads Loyens & Loeff's tax team, which provides 'excellent advice' across the entire spectrum of international and domestic tax matters. The practice draws upon the capabilities of the firm's banking and finance, corporate, employment and real estate departments to assist with the tax aspects of transactional mandates and restructurings. Transfer pricing issues are a notable pillar of the practice, and contentious work also features in the group's workload. Clients include entities operating in the retail, banking, technology and life sciences sectors, among others. Notable individuals include Nicolas Bertrand, Marc Dhaene, Bert Gevers and senior associate Aldo Engels. Of counsel Christian Chéruy is experienced in tax litigation and international tax matters.
Loyens & Loeff is well known for its strengths in project finance transactions with a nexus to the renewable energy sector, and it has a notably strong track record of advising on the financing aspects of offshore wind farms. The practice is led by Marc Vermylen, who is experienced in assisting investors and lenders with secured and asset-based lending, securitisation transactions and project finance. In addition, he is very well known for his extensive knowledge of Euroclear-related matters. Koen Panis is a key name for real estate PPP-related work and real estate finance. Counsel Eveline Hellebuyck and senior associate Jan Missoul are also recommended.
Other key lawyers:
Koen Panis; Eveline Hellebuyck; Jan Missoul
‘Loyens & Loeff have a pragmatic approach, helping to find and deliver sensible solutions to issues, without over-complicating matters and working closely with counterparts to resolve technical issues for us as the client‘.
‘Marc Vermylen and his team have a practical and pragmatic approach to problem-solving‘.
European Investment Bank (EIB)
The Blackstone Group
Tikehau Investment Management
Loyens & Loeff is one of the leading firms in the Benelux market, as is evidenced by the sizeable volume of corporate transactions it handles. Its team in Brussels, which is led by Grégoire Jakhian, is equally strong in domestic and cross-border deals. Recent highlights included Robrecht Coppens, counsel Godfried Ampe and senior associate Mathias Hendrickx advising ABB on the Belgian aspects of the carve-out of its Belgian power grids business into the joint venture structure set up with Hitachi. The group's diverse expertise also includes corporate structuring, public and private M&A, corporate restructuring, and private equity and venture capital transactions. Coppens heads up the firm's multidisciplinary, cross-office start-up and venture capital team. Wim Vande Velde and Aubry Daerden are also recommended. Former partner Peter Callens is now an of counsel. In a recent development, Thomas Lenné and associate Florence Gypens joined from Fieldfisher.
Other key lawyers:
Wim Vande Velde; Robrecht Coppens; Thomas Lenné; Godfried Ampe; Aubry Daerden; Mathias Hendrickx; Filip Jorens; Florence Gypens
‘Very efficient in managing acquisitions. Wide range of expertise and was able to get an appropriate supporting legal advisor on any area we needed help with. Very good at support after deal closed.‘
‘Grégoire Jakhian: Always personally available when needed (including small and difficult cross-border transactions); great partner during negotiations: generally diplomatic and eloquent (with intellectual superiority), even with difficult counterparts, but spares no argument/confrontation in case required; high standard of legal work.‘
‘Reactivity, ability to listen, pragmatic aspect, the advice is adapted to the concrete aspects and the life of the company and not theoretical. Proven legal skills.‘
‘I was very impressed with L&L’s focus on our specific needs in the transaction they handled for us. Their service was not just exactly tailored to our specific needs, but most importantly it was also delivered in a timely and cost-effective manner.‘
‘I worked with Filip Jorens (Senior Associate) and Robrecht Coppens (Partner). Both were incredibly responsive and particularly Filip Jorens impressed me with his attention to detail and exceptional resourcing, always in compliance with our specific needs in the respective transaction.’
Agilent Technologies Inc.
Altria Group Inc.
Antin Infrastructure Partners
Cappelle Holding NV
Conquest Sustainable Infrastructure
Guggenheim Investment Management
RKW Hyplast NV
Thomas Cook Group
Employment Tier 2
Loyens & Loeff's 'very practical' team garners praise for its 'in-depth knowledge' of employment law, as well as its 'tangible and realistic advice' to clients. The scope of its experience includes restructurings, individual and collective dismissals, employee benefits and transactional support matters. The 'straightforward' Kris De Schutter jointly leads the group with Filip Saelens. Associate Vincent Marcelle has 'very extensive knowledge of labour law'.
Filip Saelens; Kris De Schutter
Other key lawyers:
‘In-depth knowledge and very reachable‘.
‘Vincent Marcelle: very promising young lawyer‘.
‘Pragmatic and hands-on approach. Very responsive‘.
‘Helpful, solution oriented, good listeners’.
‘Filip Saelens has an intelligent, pragmatic approach, balancing legal and business realities‘.
Industry focus: Food Tier 2
Employment and labour specialist Kris De Schutter is the key name at Loyens & Loeff, which leverages its multidisciplinary expertise to offer strong corporate, IP and tax experience in matters in the food and beverages sector. The practice is currently co-representing Delhaize in proceedings against various Groep Veviba companies following the discovery of fraudulent practices by a meat supplier, and De Schutter is also known for advising on remuneration schemes. Other clients include Greenyard, Fleury Michon and Delacre.
Kris De Schutter; Gert-Wim van de Meent
Loyens & Loeff's healthcare and life sciences group benefits from its firm-wide multidisciplinary approach to assist clients with corporate, employment, tax and public law matters. Ongoing cases involve the negotiation of contractual agreements and revisions – concerning recent PPE procurement and employer/employee-side rights in light of the Covid-19 pandemic – as well as large-scale transactional management and pharmaceutical-related acquisitions. Restructuring and benefits specialist Filip Saelens heads the team alongside counsel Stéphanie De Smedt, who was promoted in January 2021; Valentijn De Boe is another key contact for public-private partnership and administrative issues.
Filip Saelens; Stéphanie De Smedt
Other key lawyers:
Valentijn De Boe
Arseus Medical NV
GHO Capital Partners LLP
Carestream Health Inc.
Agilent Technologies Inc.
Bristol Myers Squibb
Stop Darmkanker VZW
Cinven / Bain Capital
Bristol Myers Squibb Belgium
Insolvency and restructuring Tier 2
The insolvency and restructuring department at Loyens & Loeff specialises in financial reorganisations, with a cross-practice set-up drawing on the firm's aviation, employment and real estate know-how. Well versed in transactional work and litigation relating to companies experiencing financial distress, the team has regularly been instructed following the introduction of the Belgian government's Covid-19 response measures. Led by new hire Vanessa Marquette, who joined the firm from Simont Braun in March 2020, the team also includes Marc Vermylen, newly promoted disputes partner Olivier van der Haegen and of counsel Laurent Mertens, who are praised for their 'professionalism, flexibility and know-how'.
Other key lawyers:
Marc Vermylen; Olivier van der Haegen; Laurent Mertens
‘Professionalism, flexibility and know-how.’
‘Good lawyers who provide clear and commercial advice.’
‘Marc Vermylen is very good.’
FCR Media Belgium
National Bank of Kazakhstan
Not-for-profit Tier 2
Under the leadership of corporate partner Grégoire Jakhian, Loyens & Loeff has established itself as a key adviser to a number of European institutions. It also acts for large associations and foundations in sectors such as food and beverages, finance, and sports and charities, among others. The cross-practice group includes Filip Saelens (who leads the employment and benefits practice), indirect tax head Bert Gevers and Nicolas Bertrand. Also recommended is senior associate Mélanie Schollaert, who is experienced in handling domestic and cross-border M&A, corporate restructurings and various other corporate issues.
Other key lawyers:
Filip Saelens; Bert Gevers; Nicolas Bertrand; Mélanie Schollaert
‘The company offers quick and always reliable information or support. They are able to basically offer expert advice and all matters of relevance to us as a not-for-profit organisation.
‘Their responses are always of a timely fashion and always meet any given deadlines.’
‘The ability to reach key interlocutors even at non-office hours and obtain feedback and responses at short notice. One can fully and unconditionally rely on their service at any time, especially should there be an emergency.
‘They have a good international network for matters that go beyond Belgian borders.
‘Their conduct and professionalism is of the highest standard and it is a pleasure to engage with them.’
‘The lawyers at Loyens seek to truly understand the client and what they are trying to accomplish, and then offer practical, understandable guidance.’
Global Infrastructure Hub – G20
Women in International Security – Brussels (WIIS)
Private equity Tier 2
Loyens & Loeff's Brussels team, which is a core part of the firm's wider global network, is adept in handling strategically significant private equity and venture capital transactions for its clients. Grégoire Jakhian leads the group, which advises private equity houses, institutional investors and target companies, among other clients. In addition to acting for global behemoths, such as Bain Capital and The Carlyle Group, the firm also advises start-up and venture capital firms. It leverages its strengths in a wide range of disciplines to cover all the intricacies of complex deals, including corporate, finance, regulatory and tax. In addition to generating a strong flow of standalone instructions in its own right, the firm also captures a significant amount of referral work from international law firms. In one recent highlight, Robrecht Coppens and Mathias Hendrickx were among the advisers to Chicago-based private equity firm Madison Dearborn Partners on its C$981m acquisition of IPL Plastics. Wim Vande Velde and senior associates Aubry Daerden and Filip Jorens are also recommended.
Other key lawyers:
Wim Vande Velde; Robrecht Coppens; Aubry Daerden; Mathias Hendrickx; Filip Jorens
‘Approachable and knowledgeable.’
‘Robrecht Coppens is a lawyer with the customer in mind.’
Marlin Equity Partners
Open Gate Capital
Antin Infrastructure Partners
TowerBrook Capital Partners
Guggenheim Partners Investment Management
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan
H.I.G. Capital Partners
Sunrock Investments BV
The Carlyle Group
Lone Star Funds
Real estate and construction Tier 2
Christophe Laurent leads the 'excellent' team at Loyens & Loeff, whose recent highlights included advising a real estate investment company on the high-profile sale of the Finance Tower in Brussels to the Valesco Group. Ariane Brohez and counsel Julien Lecler are key contacts.
Other key lawyers:
Ariane Brohez; Julien Lecler
‘Highest level of competency in the market in major fields of real estate and corporate. Great expertise in M&A in combination with to-the-point advice make the firm a great partner for acquisitions and transactional work‘.
‘Julien Lecler has demonstrated a high level of dedication and commitment, in combination with his overall high knowledge and legal insight‘.
‘Great knowledge on real estate topics‘.
‘Christophe Laurent has worked with us for a number of years and has patience, great knowledge of both the law and practical business matters. He works extremely hard and is very approachable and a pleasure to work with‘.
AG Real Estate
Korea Investment & Securities
Loyens & Loeff's team is 'very strong in the privacy and data protection space - they know the legal space very well'. The group has been very active recently in handling data transfer matters, data breaches and GDPR compliance issues for clients from the retail, technology, healthcare and financial services sectors. Counsel Stéphanie De Smedt, who is 'very astute and very clever', co-heads the practice with Filip Saelens and Rotterdam-based Kim Lucassen.
Loyens & Loeff > Firm Profile
The firm: As a leading firm, Loyens & Loeff is the logical choice for a legal and tax partner if you do business in, or from, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland, the firm’s home markets. You can count on personal advice from any of its advisers based in one of the firm’s offices in the Benelux and Switzerland or in key financial centres around the world. Thanks to its full-service practice, specific sector experience and thorough understanding of the market, its advisers comprehend exactly what you need.
Independent and international: as a fully independent law firm, Loyens & Loeff is excellently positioned to co-ordinate international tax and legal matters. The firm has a network of offices in major financial centres, staffed with specialists in Dutch, Belgian, Luxembourg and Swiss law. Through these offices, clients have access to Loyens & Loeff’s full-service legal expertise in their own time zone. The firm’s office network is complemented by its numerous country desks, all of which are experienced in structuring investments all over the world. It’s this winning combination that enables the firm to assist international clients in the most efficient of ways. Moreover, the firm is on excellent terms with other leading independent law firms and tax consultants. That way, Loyens & Loeff guarantees you top-level advice in every part of the world.
Innovative and pragmatic: each problem requires a customised solution. The firm’s pragmatic approach and drive to devise innovative solutions allow it to effectively address the demands of its clients’ domestic and international businesses. Thanks to the broad range of the firm’s legal experience, know-how and the size of its practices, the firm can offer you top-level advice, locally and internationally. The firm is committed to meeting your needs at the highest quality level in the most efficient way.
Focused and engaged: entrepreneurship, client focus, quality awareness and social engagement all characterise the firm’s culture. Loyens & Loeff offers a challenging work environment and equal opportunities for all its employees. The firm is mindful of the environment and helps charities with the support and knowledge of its employees.
Areas of practice: The firm offers expertise in the fields of tax, corporate law, financial law and capital markets, cross-border financing, private equity, real estate, VAT, EU, regulatory issues, employment law and taxes, commercial law, IP, IT, public and administrative law, energy law and litigation.
|Managing Partner, Banking and finance, Capital Markets, Corporate restructuring and insolvency, Regulatory||Marc Vermylenfirstname.lastname@example.org||+32 2 743 43 15|
|Family-owned business and private wealth||Nicolas Bertrandemail@example.com||+32 2 743 23 46|
|Litigation and risk management, Corporate Litigation, International Arbitration, Asset Recovery||Hakim Boularbah||Hakim.Boularbah@loyensloeff.com||+32 2 773 23 50|
|Real estate, Investment Management||Ariane Brohezfirstname.lastname@example.org||+32 2 743 43 21|
|Corporate Law, National and International M&A transactions, post-transaction dispute resolution||Peter Callensemail@example.com||+32 2 743 43 95|
|Competition, Energy||Thomas Chellingsworthfirstname.lastname@example.org||+32 2 743 43 43|
|International Tawe Services, Tax Controversy and Litigation||Christian Cheruyemail@example.com||+32 2 743 43 03|
|Private equity||Robrecht Coppensfirstname.lastname@example.org||+32 2 700 10 12|
|Public and Administrative Law, Procurement||Valentijn De Boe||Valentijn.De.Boe@loyensloeff.com||+32 2 773 23 33|
|Employment, taxes and benefits, Alternative remuneration, Restructuring, Change Processes||Kris De Schutteremail@example.com||+32 2 700 10 13|
|Data protection and privacy, Intellectual property, Life Sciences||Stéphanie De Smedt||Stephanie.De.Smedt@loyensloeff.com||+32 2 773 23 77|
|Coporate Income Tax, Transaction Tax||Marc Dhaenefirstname.lastname@example.org||+32 2 743 43 22|
|Indirect Tax, International Trade||Bert Geversemail@example.com||+32 2 743 43 18|
|Corporate Law, Cross-border M&A, Corporate Finance, Dispute Resolution, Aviation.||Grégoire Jakhianfirstname.lastname@example.org||+32 2 743 43 54|
|Investment Management, Real Estate||Christophe Laurentemail@example.com||+32 2 743 43 05|
|Family-owned business and private wealth, International Asset Structuring.||Saskia Lustfirstname.lastname@example.org||+32 2 700 10 27|
|Food Law||Kris De Schutteremail@example.com||++32 2 700 10 13|
|Banking & Finance, Energy, Real Estate||Koen Panisfirstname.lastname@example.org||+32 2 773 23 90|
|International Tax Services, Transfer Pricing, Tax Compliance||Natalie Reypensemail@example.com||+32 2 743 43 37|
|Employment and Benefits||Filip Saelensfirstname.lastname@example.org||+32 2 773 23 29|
|Corporate Law, National and International M&A, Corporate Restructuring||Wim Vande Veldeemail@example.com||+32 2 743 43 96|
|Banking and Finance, Private International Law||Vanessa Marquettefirstname.lastname@example.org||+32 2 773 23 25|
|Mr Godfried Ampe||Godfried specialises in national and cross-border transactional work, corporate structuring and governance.…||View Profile|
|Mr Nicolas Bertrand||Nicolas advises family owned companies on a wide range of international and…||View Profile|
|Mr Hakim Boularbah||Hakim Boularbah specialises in the field of complex and international dispute resolution.…||View Profile|
|Mrs Ariane Brohez||Ariane has particular experience in structuring real estate funds, real estate investments…||View Profile|
|Mr Peter Callens||Peter’s focus is on M&A and private equity investments in various economic…||View Profile|
|Christian Chéruy||Christian’s practice covers a broad range of international and domestic corporate tax…||View Profile|
|Mr Thomas Chellingsworth||Thomas’ practice focuses on the energy sector, including in particular renewable energy…||View Profile|
|Mr Xavier Clarebout||Xavier has considerable experience in a broad range of international tax matters…||View Profile|
|Mr Robrecht Coppens||Robrecht specialises in international and domestic M&A, joint ventures, private equity and…||View Profile|
|Mr Valentijn De Boe||Counsel at Loyens & Loeff since 2017. Prior to joining Loyens &…||View Profile|
|Mr Kris De Schutter||Partner||View Profile|
|Stéphanie De Smedt||Stéphanie specialises in general commercial law (with a focus on e-commerce), intellectual…||View Profile|
|Miss Christine Delagaye||Christine’s practice focuses on the energy sector, including in particular renewable energy…||View Profile|
|Mr Marc Dhaene||Marc’s practice covers a broad range of international and domestic corporate tax…||View Profile|
|Mr Mathias Diricx||Mathias Diricx is a member of the Banking & Finance Practice Group…||View Profile|
|Mrs Caroline Docclo||Caroline has a broad practice in counselling and litigation in tax matters.…||View Profile|
|Mr Bert Gevers||Bert advises his clients on matters related to international and domestic exchange…||View Profile|
|Grégoire Jakhian||Grégoire has extensive experience in cross-border M&A transactions, take-over bids, corporate finance…||View Profile|
|Mr Christophe Laurent||Christophe advises on real estate investment structuring and leads negotiations on real…||View Profile|
|Mr Julien Lecler||Julien has considerable experience in all aspects of real estate law (civil…||View Profile|
|Mr Thomas Lenné||Partner||View Profile|
|Miss Sarah Libregts||Sarah Libregts is a member of the Banking & Finance Practice Group…||View Profile|
|Mrs Saskia Lust||Saskia advises high net worth individuals and families on wealth optimisation techniques,…||View Profile|
|Mrs Vanessa Marquette||Vanessa Marquette, attorney at law, is a partner in the Banking and…||View Profile|
|Mr Jan Missoul||Jan Missoul, attorney at law, is a senior associate in our Brussels…||View Profile|
|Mr Koen Panis||Koen Panis is a partner in our Brussels office where he is…||View Profile|
|Mrs Natalie Reypens||Natalie Reypens is a tax lawyer specialised in transfer pricing matters. She deals…||View Profile|
|Mr Filip Saelens||Filip has substantial experience in collective and individual employment law with a…||View Profile|
|Mr Gunther Valkenborg||Gunther Valkenborg is counsel to our Brussels office. He is member of…||View Profile|
|Mr Wim Vande Velde||Wim has extensive experience in national and international M&A transactions for both…||View Profile|
|Mr Marc Vermylen||Marc has considerable experience in project finance, secured financing, derivatives, clearing and…||View Profile|
|Mr Olivier van der Haegen||Olivier is experienced in international commercial litigation and arbitration. He has acted…||View Profile|
Staff FiguresNumber of lawyers, tax advisers and civil law notaries : 1129 at this office : 136
LanguagesFrench Dutch English German
MembershipsIBA Internacional Bar Association IFA (International Fiscal Association) American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) Belgian Centre for Arbitration and Mediation (Cepani) Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners (STEP) International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) AIJA - International Association of Young Lawyers International Project Finance Association (IPFA) - APEBI Moroccan Federation of Information Technology, Telecom and Offshoring (member of the board) International Arbitration Institute IBA (International Bar Association) EELA (European Employment Lawyer Association) ABA (American Bar Association) Brussels Bar LES (Licensing Executives Society) IAPP American Employment Law Council
OtherContact : Managing partner: Marc Vermylen Other offices : Amsterdam Other offices : Hong Kong Other offices : London Other offices : Luxembourg Other offices : New York Other offices : Paris Other offices : Rotterdam Other offices : Singapore Other offices : Tokyo Other offices : Zurich
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Published: January 2021
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