Loyens & Loeff CVBA



Address:
Avenue de Tervurenlaan 2
1040 Etterbeek
Belgium
URL: http://www.loyensloeff.be

Loyens & Loeff is a leading, independent full service law firm offering integrated legal and tax advice. Loyens & Loeff has over 900 lawyers, tax advisors and civil law notaries in its offices throughout the Benelux and the world's major financial centers, including 100 lawyers in its Belgian office. Loyens & Loeff offers a broad range of legal and tax services, mainly to corporate clients, in areas such as corporate law and M&A, tax law, commercial law, banking & finance law, real estate law, public and administrative law, employment law, pensions law, employee benefits, IP/IT law, competition law, energy law, regulatory affairs and dispute resolution. Loyens & Loeff's expertise stretches across borders. In order to satisfy the international demand for advisory services. Loyens & Loeff cooperates closely with prominent law firms in Europe, Asia, North America and Africa. Loyens & Loeff can offer its clients top-level advice worldwide, and is proficient in seamlessly structuring and handling domestic and international matters.

Employee count :

55


Legal employee count :

100


Practices details :

  • Automotive
  • Banking & Finance
  • Commercial Law
  • Competition Law
  • Corporate and M&A
  • Data Protection
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Employment, Compensation & Benefits
  • Pensions
  • Energy
  • IP/IT
  • Marketing Law
  • Media
  • Private Client
  • Real Estate
  • Tax
  • VAT


Region :

Brussels



Recruiter :

Mr. Antony Diovisalvi (HR Business Partner)
Tel: +32 27 43 43 79
Fax: + 32 (0) 2 743 43 60
[email protected]

Manager :

Mr. Marc Vermylen (Managing Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 743 43 15
[email protected]

Press :

Mrs. Warda Derrer (Communication & Marketing Manager)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 743 43 43
Fax: + 32 (0) 2 743 43 60
[email protected]

Loyens & Loeff CVBA

Medior Associate Corporate - M&A
Loyens & Loeff CVBA - 24/08/2021

We are looking for a Medior Associate to join our Corporate - M&A Practice Group

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Loyens & Loeff CVBA

Junior Associate Banking & Finance
Loyens & Loeff CVBA - 24/08/2021

We are looking for a Junior Associate who can assist us in further developing our Banking & Finance department, with a focus on regulatory and...

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Nicolas Lippens joins Loyens & Loeff Belgium as new Tax partner
17/05/2021

Nicolas Lippens has joined Loyens & Loeff in Belgium as partner. Next to Natalie Reypens, Nicolas Bertrand, Marc Dhaene, Saskia Lust and Bert Gevers, he will be the sixth partner in the Tax practice group in Brussels

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Loyens & Loeff Belgium strengthens its Corporate/M&A
09/03/2021

Loyens & Loeff Belgium strengthens its Corporate/M&A practice with the arrival of Thomas Lenné as new partner

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Loyens & Loeff wins ‘Best Employment Law Firm’ award 2020
26/02/2021

For the third year in a row, our Employment & Benefits team has won the ‘Best Employment Law Firm’ award at the HR Excellence Awards.

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Loyens & Loeff strengthens the practice Corporate Investigations, Compliance & Business Crime Defence
05/02/2021

As of 1 February, Clémence Van Muylder will join the Litigation & Risk Management Practice Group of Loyens & Loeff Belgium to reinforce the team focussing on Corporate Investigations, Compliance & Business Crime Defence. 

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Reform of property law - Long-term lease right
17/09/2021

On 1 September 2021, Belgium said goodbye the rules of property law as laid down in the Civil Code of 1804 and the Acts of 10 January 1824 on long-term leases and rights to build, to replace them by one set of rules in the (new) Civil Code.

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EU Court of Justice orders another judicial State aid review of Belgian Excess Profit Rulings
16/09/2021

On 16 September 2021, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued its judgement on whether the Belgian excess profit rulings could qualify as State aid scheme or not.

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Reform of property law - Usufruct right
15/09/2021

On 1 September 2021, Belgium said goodbye the rules of property law as laid down in the Civil Code of 1804 and the Acts of 10 January 1824 on long-term leases and rights to build, to replace them by one set of rules in the (new) Civil Code.

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Reform of property law - Most relevant general provisions
13/09/2021

On 1 September 2021, Belgium said goodbye the rules of property law as laid down in the Civil Code of 1804 and the Acts of 10 January 1824 on long-term leases and rights to build, to replace them by one set of rules in the (new) Civil Code.

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