Brussels

Central Plaza
Loksumstraat 25 Rue de Loxum
1000 Brussels
Belgium

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Located next to the iconic Grand Place in central Brussels, our office handles our clients' legal issues in Belgium, across the Benelux and around the world.

Since its inception over 100 years ago, our leading Brussels office has grown into the largest firm in the Belgian legal landscape with more than 150 lawyers, including 30 partners.

Our dedicated, multidisciplinary teams have longstanding experience in assisting our clients as their trusted business advisor. Additionally, many of our lawyers are academics who are involved in ground-breaking legislative work. 

Our clients range from multinational and national corporations and financial institutions to government organisations and other public authorities. We handle their transactions, disputes and projects across a broad spectrum of sectors including energy, real estate and construction, industrials and chemicals, retail and consumer goods, life sciences, and telecommunications, media and technology. 

In addition to our own international presence, we collaborate closely with other top-tier firms on cross-border matters outside our home jurisdictions. These relations are non-exclusive and enable us to assemble a tailor-made, integrated team of lawyers with the best expertise and contacts for each specific matter. This guarantees efficient coordination on cross-border transactions throughout a multitude of legal areas, whatever their complexity and nature.

Market recognition

Stibbe is experienced in asset-tracing and in advising on laws concerning environmental crime, public procurement fraud, and money-laundering.

Legal 500 2016, Fraud and white-collar crime chapter

Stibbe has been involved in a number of construction disputes and real estate transactions. In addition, PPP projects remain a core area of expertise

Legal 500 2015, Real Estate chapter

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Shareholders’ rights directive proposal and the implications for Belgian listed companies

Articles - The European Parliament has voted on the proposal for a revised shareholders’ rights directive (the EP Proposal). The financial crisis had shown that many shortcomings in corporate governance of listed companies contributed to the financial crisis. With its initial proposal of 2014, the European Council aimed to enhance effective and long-term shareholder engagement within listed companies. Furthermore, it is envisaged that listed companies will benefit from identifiable shareholders that are engaged and use their voting rights in a well-informed manner.

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