Ashurst LLP

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Ashurst is a leading international law firm with 27 offices in 16 countries worldwide at key business centres offering clients a seamless network of support across a full range of practice areas. In Europe, our offices are located in 7 EU Member States: in Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Milan, Munich and Paris. With a team of over 380 partners and 1200 lawyers in total, we provide advice of the highest quality to organisations around the world.

The office of Ashurst in Brussels was founded in 1989. It currently comprises 30 fee earners (including 6 partners) of different nationalities and qualifications, with diverse language capabilities and a wealth of practical experience.

Our Belgian law department provides high-end specialised advice in inter alia M&A, banking and finance, capital markets, corporate restructuring, commercial law and real estate. Our market leading Competition and EU law practice works both at EU and national level on all aspects of EU and competition law including trade and regulatory law.

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Corporate | Commercial | Economic

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Banking & Finance

Capital Markets

Competition and EU Law

Corporate and M&A

Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Real Estate

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Recruiter :

Ms. Martine Hubaut
Tel: +32 (0) 2 626 19 00
[email protected]

Manager :

Mr. Arnaud Wtterwulghe (Managing Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 626 19 14
[email protected]

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