Siegfried Busscher > Schoups > Antwerp, Belgium > Lawyer Profile

Schoups
DE BURBURESTRAAT 6-8
2000 ANTWERP
Belgium

Work Department

Private Construction Law; Insurance Law; International Construction Contracts

Position

Partner, Practice-Head Private Construction Law

Career

Siegfried Busscher is a partner at Schoups.
 
Siegfried Busscher specializes in private construction law and insurance law. He is head of the private construction law practice group together with Els Op de Beeck.  He is also the head of the International Construction Contracts practice group.

He assists clients in these matters by providing advice, drafting and negotiating contracts as well as dispute resolution. He also publishes and gives lectures in these specialized fields.

He is a member of the Antwerp Bar.

Siegfried is active in Dutch, French and English.

Languages

English, Dutch, French

Education

University of Antwerp, Master of Laws, magna cum laude; and University of Leuven, post-graduate in Real Estate , magna cum laude

Lawyer Rankings

Belgium > Real estate and construction

Schoups is a ‘go-to firm for construction‘ and its ‘exceptionally committed‘ team is ‘very knowledgeable of the Belgian construction sector‘. Construction projects form a key pillar of the practice, and the firm is also strong in contentious and non-contentious public procurement work, as well as development disputes. The ‘outstanding‘ and ‘very professionalMarco Schoups leads the team, which includes ‘very skilled negotiatorKris Lemmens, PPP expert Maarten Somers and Siegfried Busscher, who is ‘a highly responsive specialist in private construction law matters and a keen litigator‘.

Belgium > Dispute resolution

Construction disputes are the bedrock of Schoups‘ practice, where the ‘practical and pragmatic‘ team represents developer and contractor-side clients in a wide range of contentious matters. The department is led by Geert De Buyzer, while other key names in the practice include managing director and ‘excellent litigatorMarco Schoups, PPP expert Kris Lemmens and the ‘accessible and pragmaticSiegfried Busscher.