NautaDutilh

NautaDutilh is an international law firm practising Dutch, Belgian and Luxembourg law. We have offices in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Brussels and Luxembourg, as well as in London and New York. With more than 400 lawyers, notaries and tax advisers, we are one of the largest law firms in the Benelux region.

NautaDutilh Brussels has an outstanding reputation in corporate / M&A, banking & finance, capital markets, taxation, intellectual property, competition and anti-trust, employment law, public & regulatory and dispute resolution.  

Founded in 1994, the Brussels office has become an important player in the Belgian legal market, with the capability to handle the most complex cases. Despite a highly crowded and competitive market place, our Brussels office has grown to include 70 lawyers, working alongside top Belgian and multinational clients.  

OPGERICHT

1994

REGIO
  • Brussel
RECHTSGEBIEDEN
  • Handelsrecht en contracten
  • Vennootschapsrecht
  • Burgerlijk recht
  • Fiscaal recht
  • Publiek & administratief recht
  • Vastgoedrecht
  • Geschillen en arbitrage/bemiddeling
  • Bank- en financieel recht
  • IP/IT/Media
  • Verzekeringsrecht
  • Toezicht & regelgeving (financieel)
  • Gegevensbescherming & privacy
  • Investeringsfondsen
  • Employee benefits & pensioenen
  • Technologie, media en telecommunicatie
  • Strafrecht
  • Europees recht
  • Private equity
  • Energie
  • Mededingingsrecht
  • Transportrecht
  • Omgevingsrecht
  • Arbeidsrecht en sociale zekerheid
  • Andere
  • Medisch recht en life sciences
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