Loyens & Loeff

As a leading firm, Loyens & Loeff is the logical choice as a legal and tax partner if you do business in or from the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg or Switzerland, our home markets. Our clients can count on personal advice from any of our 900 advisers based in one of our offices in the Benelux and Switzerland or in key financial centers around the world. Thanks to our full-service practice, specific sector experience and thorough knowledge of the market, our advisers understand exactly what clients need.

Our Brussels office was founded in 1970 and took the name Loyens & Loeff Advocaten/Avocats CVBA/SCRL in 2009. With more than 150 people currently working there, our office is one of the largest firms in Belgium. We advise large and medium-sized local and international companies, banks and other financial institutions, investment funds and individuals on corporate law, M&A, private equity and venture capital, banking and finance, commercial law and litigation, real estate and tax law.

FONDÉ

1970

RÉGION
  • Bruxelles
PRINCIPALES ACTIVITÉS
  • Droit commercial et contrats
  • Droit des sociétés
  • Droit civil
  • Droit fiscal
  • Droit public et administratif
  • Droit de l'immobilier
  • Litiges et arbitrage/médiation
  • Droit financier et bancaire
  • IP/IT/Media
  • Droit des assurances
  • Régulation financière
  • Planification patrimoniale
  • Protection des données et de la vie privée
  • Fonds d'investissement
  • Employee benefits & pensions
  • Technologie, média et télécommunications
  • Droit pénal
  • Droit européen
  • Private equity
  • Droit de l'énergie
  • Droit de la concurrence
  • Droit du transport
  • Droit de l'environnement et de l'urbanisme
  • Droit du travail et sécurité sociale
  • Droit médical et biomédical
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