DALDEWOLF welcomes Aude Mahy as partner
02/05/2019

DALDEWOLF strengthens its focus on regulated markets and creates a department in Food Law with the arrival of Aude Mahy as a partner.

Aude has over 15 years of experience and has built a genuine combined expertise in food law and in commercial law, at both the European and Belgian level.

She has a proven track record in assisting food and beverages business operators, and successfully representing them in court and before the authorities in matters relating, among others, to nutrition and health claims, labelling, advertising, food crisis management, food supplements, market practices, distribution networks, and liability issues in the food supply chain.

She is recognised as an expert in the field and her food law practice has continuously been ranked Tier-1 by the Legal 500. In particular, the recently published 2019 edition quotes: “Aude Mahy is a star; she has her finger on the pulse of the sector and is very responsive”.

Sought-after speaker, Aude is a member of the International Food Lawyers Network Worldwide and is country correspondent for the  European Food and Feed Law Review (Lexxion).

Aude obtained her master’s degree at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) in 2004 and holds a certificate in EU Food Law from the  Michigan State University. In parallel with her position as attorney-at-law, Aude has been working as a teaching assistant in private law (roman law) at the ULB between 2005 and 2009.

Over the last 10 years, she has developed her expertise and experience with an International law firm based in Brussels.

Patrick DE WOLF, managing partner of DALDEWOLF, comments:

Aude Mahy is a recognized specialist in food law in Belgium and Europe. Her task is to launch the FOOD LAW department of our firm. This is a significant complement to our service offering. Our regulatory activity is also strengthened, both domestically and internationally. I have no doubt that the market will enthusiastically welcome the arrival at DALDEWOLF of a virtuoso from her sector.

“Joining the dynamic and innovative team of DALDEWOLF marks an important milestone in the development of my practice”, adds Aude Mahy.

In addition of being of renowned full-service law firm, DALDEWOLF’s key fields of expertise perfectly fit with the multidisciplinary character of food law. In addition, the way the firm is organised allows to remain close to the business, and to provide our clients with high-level and tailored services while ensuring efficiency and flexibility.”

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