Central Plaza Rue de Loxum / Loksumstraat 25

Stibbe is a leading full-service multi-specialist law firm in Belgium with over 150 lawyers, 31 of whom are partners. Our expertise and unique approach in bringing together specialists from specific areas of law (whenever required) ensure a quick processing of each file.

Stibbe’s clients range from local and multinational corporations to state organisations and other public authorities. They represent a broad spectrum of sectors, including finance (banking, investment funds, private equity), real estate, industry, trade and distribution, energy, information technology and telecommunications.

In 2011, Stibbe won the award for “Benelux Law Firm of the Year” at the European Lawyer Awards.

Stibbe has offices in Amsterdam, Brussels, Dubai, London, Luxembourg, and New York. In sum, 450 lawyers work at Stibbe, among whom 71 partners.

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Main Practices :[ infos ]

I.P. | I.T.
Corporate | Commercial | Economic
Social | Work

Practices details :

• Administrative law • Banking and finance • Corporate – M&A • Employment • Energy • Equity capital markets • EU, competition and regulated markets • Fraud and white-collar crime • Information technology and TMT • Intellectual property • Litigation and arbitration • Pensions • Pharmaceuticals and biotechnology • Planning and environment • Real estate and construction • Supreme Court • Tax

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Recruiter :

Peter Kessels (Human Resources Manager)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 533 53 74
Fax: +32 (0) 2 533 51 31
[email protected]

Mrs. Inge Lamberts (Recruitment & Selection Officer)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 533 56 33
Fax: 32 2 533 52 12
[email protected]

Manager :

Mr. Jan Peeters (Managing Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 533 52 11
Fax: 32 2 533 52 12
[email protected]

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Stibbe announces new Counsel and Of Counsel appointments

The Brussels office of Stibbe has promoted Delphine Gillet (EU/Competition), Jan Proesmans (Employment, Benefits, and Pensions) and Sophie Bourgois (Dispute Resolution) to Counsel and Elisabeth Baeyens (Dispute Resolution) to Of Counsel.

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Stibbe expands EU/competition practice with new partner

Stibbe welcomes EU law, competition, and regulated markets lawyer Sophie Van Besien as a new partner in its Brussels office.

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Johan Collard (Stibbe) remporte le concours de plaidoirie "prix Lejeune" du CJBB.

Maître Johan Collard, collaborateur chez Stibbe, a remporté l'édition 2019 du concours de plaidoirie "prix Lejeune" du CJBB.

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De Voorzitter van de Ondernemingsrechtbank te Brussel, zetelend zoals in kortgeding, heeft geoordeeld dat de openbaarmaking van een geheim productieproces door een ex-werknemer aan een concurrerende onderneming

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After the Uber case and the Airbnb case … the Star Taxi App case: focus on the question of the qualification as “Information Society Service”

Societal and digital developments are reflected in the case law of the CJEU. For several years now, European judges resolve disputes relating to digital applications and the services they provide. On 3 December 2020, they handed down a judgment in a case concerning Star Taxi App. This blog analyses the Star Taxi App case law in the light of the Uber case law and the Airbnb case law. The three judgments have in common the question of the qualification of services as Information Society Services.

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Good things are worth waiting for: new law amendments in force for companies in difficulty

The long-awaited new law amending Book XX of the Code of Economic Law and the Income Tax Code 1992 just came into force. This replaces the "COVID-moratorium" and creates the possibility to restructure a company through a “preparatory agreement”.

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