Mr Pierre Moreau > Philippe & Partners > Brussels, Belgium > Lawyer Profile

Philippe & Partners
CHAUSSEE DE LA HULPE, 181
1170 BRUSSELS
Belgium
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Position

Pierre Moreau joined the firm Philippe & Partners in 2008 and became partner in October 2010. His practice is focused on insurance, torts and liabilities. He has also developed extensive experience in commercial contract law.

Career

Pierre Moreau is the author of various publications in the field of insurance, torts and liabilities.

Languages

French - Dutch - English.

Memberships

Pierre is a member of the Brussels Bar since 1999 and a member of the Luxembourg Bar since 2011. He is also a member of the editorial board of the «Revue Générale des Assurances et des Responsabilités» (RGAR).

Education

In 1998, Pierre Moreau graduated with a degree in law from the Catholic University of Louvain (UCL). In 2001, he obtained a diploma in Insurance Law at the UCL.

Lawyer Rankings

Luxembourg > Insurance

Philippe & Partners ‘has an excellent reputation with the regulators and insurance companies‘, enabling it to effectively advise insurers and reinsurers across the spectrum of issues impacting their businesses, including on the implications of current legislation and EU directives, as well as on product development and M&A-related matters. Marc Gouden  and Pierre Moreau co-head the team and are able to provide ‘accurate and fast advice‘ by virtue of their ‘in-depth knowledge‘ of the sector.

Belgium > Insurance

Philippe & Partners benefits from expertise across Belgium and Luxembourg, which makes it a clear choice for clients seeking cross-border sector-specific advice on the development of new insurance products and distribution services, alongside regulatory and governance issues. Clients also appreciate the ‘availability, know-how and speed of reaction’ of practice co-heads Marc Gouden and Pierre Moreau, who both handle advisory and contentious cases. The ‘no-nonsense‘ Moreau is singled out for delivering ‘top-notch legal advice‘, most significantly on the development and distribution of life and non-life policy products.