Strelia



Address:
Royal Plaza - Koningstraat 145 Rue Royale
1000 BRUSSEL / BRUXELLES

URL: http://www.strelia.com

STRELIA is a new business law firm composed of experienced partners and their teams looking to combine their expertise and strengths to provide a new offering to their clients. The focus of STRELIA is on M&A and Corporate, Dispute Resolution, Commercial Law and Tax. Our lawyers are used to working according to international standards. Many of them have worked in international firms before joining STRELIA, some for more than two decades. Our team comprises both native French speakers and native Dutch speakers. All our lawyers are fluent in English. Several of them have studied and/or worked abroad, notably in the United States or in the United Kingdom. Our aim is to provide our clients with a professional and personalized service. We believe in the complementarity of transactional and contentious work. A good agreement is an agreement which can stand the test of a court decision, and it is in our experience critical that lawyers arguing cases in court also have direct experience in negotiating deals. While delivering practical results, we place a high importance on the technical knowledge of law. Many of our lawyers have academic functions and/or write articles in their field of activities, which ensures that we have access to in-depth and updated know-how.

Legal employee count :

20


Main Practices :[ infos ]


Civil
Tax
Litigation
Corporate | Commercial | Economic
Other


Region :

Brussels



Recruiter :

Mrs. Gisèle Rosselle (Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 627 00 90
Fax: +32 (0) 2 627 01 09
[email protected]

Manager :

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Strelia

Associate (4 to 6 years’ experience) - Corporate/M&A
Strelia - 06/07/2021

Strelia is looking for an Associate (4 to 6 years’ experience) to join its Corporate/M&A practice.

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Strelia

Junior Associate (1 to 3 years’ experience) - Corporate/M&A
Strelia - 06/07/2021

Strelia is looking for a Junior Associate (1 to 3 years’ experience) to join its Corporate/M&A practice.

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Strelia Advises Norsk Hydro on the Sale of its Belgian-based Norsk Hydro Precision Tubing Business
13/07/2021

Strelia Advises Norsk Hydro on the Sale of its Belgian-based Norsk Hydro Precision Tubing Business.

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Strelia named “Le Meilleur Cabinet en Belgique 2021” at the Trophées du Droit 2021
09/07/2021

We are delighted to have been named “Le Meilleur Cabinet en Belgique 2021” at the Trophées du Droit 2021! Another great recognition for our lawfirm, a confirmation of our continued positive evolution. 

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Strelia Advises Abénex on Blanchon’s Group’s Acquisition of Ciranova
09/06/2021

The Strelia team led by Gisèle RosselleCéderic Devroey and Samantha Kabeya has advised Abénex on Blanchon Group’s acquisition of 90-year-old family-owned Ciranova (Debal Finance), which specializes in designing and manufacturing finishing products for parquet and wood floorings.

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2 new partners and 1 new counsel at Strelia Brussels
04/01/2021

Strelia Brussels promotes Joanna Kolber and Gaetano Jannone to partners and Thomas Pouppez to counsel.

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Silence isn't always golden for buyers in M&A deals
09/07/2021

M&A transactions are all about risk allocation between the buyer and the seller. Pro-sandbagging and anti-sandbagging clauses can seriously impact this risk allocation, so parties should negotiate and draft these carefully.

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It's the Data...
09/04/2021

Data, data everywhere. All types: personal and non-personal. They are all invaluable. Corporations produce them and receive them. So does the potential buyer in an M&A transaction.

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Retaining Key Talent on the Heels of a Deal
16/03/2021

Having strong, talented performers certainly gives any company a competitive advantage. Because they are key and valuable to a company, retaining them is essential to any M&A deal.

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Riding the New FDI Regulation Wave
01/12/2020

Tightening Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) screening systems has become a global trend in the last few years (see also our M&A Series of October 2017). Its focus has always been mainly national security concerns, but Covid-19 seems to have accelerated and intensified this trend.

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