Established in Brussels for more than 20 years, we are a business law firm with some 25 Belgian qualified lawyers. Our strengths include commercial arbitration and litigation, corporate, commercial contracts, tax, insurance, employment, real estate and new technologies. We also have an extensive public sector practice in Belgium as well as an EU competition law practice.
Our rates are deliberately pitched at the mid to lower range of the international market and we apply a transparent fees policy which allow clients to work on the basis of established budgets with no surprises. We act regularly for US and other foreign clients in both transactional and litigation matters. References may be obtained upon request. Via its membership of the TELFA network, the firm has direct and tested access to expert advice in almost all other European jurisdictions. The working languages of the firm are French, Dutch, English, German and Italian.
Number of professionals: 25
Charles Price - TELFA Link Partner
« Belgium is a small country which has thrived on international trade. We see TELFA as our open window on Europe and beyond, which allows us to maintain trusted and lasting relationships with clients and colleagues from Portugal to Norway and from Ireland to Cyprus and then on to the USA. At the same time we are ourselves accessible to businesses and their advisers from England to Romania, passing by many other countries on the way. »
- Brussels International Business Court 2 novembre 2017The Belgian government has announced plans to create a new Brussels International Business Court (BIBC) which would deal exclusively with international business disputes. The novelty lies in the fact that all proceedings and the judgments of the BIBC would be in English. The BIBC would be a one stop shop ...
- New tax on securities accounts 26 octobre 2017One of the key measures of the Belgian Budget bill for 2018 is the introduction of a new tax on securities accounts for Belgian individual tax residents. Non-resident individuals and Belgian and non-Belgian resident companies are not covered by this new tax. A securities account is a special purpose bank ...