Belgium


Based in Brussels, our Belgian team has many years of experience advising both domestic and international clients, acting regularly on cross-border matters.

From the heart of Europe, we provide the base for our multi-jurisdictional EU Regulatory team, advising on crucial EU-wide issues such as competition, procurement and state aid, and work closely with our international colleagues to provide a flawless cross-border service.

We have significant experience in advising leading and emerging local players in the Digital Business, Life Sciences, Real Estate and Retail sectors, with expert Commercial, Corporate, Employment, IT & IP and Tax advice. We also act for a great many US, Indian and European businesses with activities, or affiliated companies, in Belgium.

Find an office


Our lawyers


Experience


Belgian holding company

Advised a Belgian holding company on the Belgian legal and tax implications of a merger involving shareholders in various jurisdictions that raised international tax issues.

Stock option tax advice

Advised on the Belgian tax implications of stock option plans for several international companies located in various European and American jurisdictions.

TiGenix

Advised TiGenix, which is listed on Euronext Brussels, on its €25 million issue of convertible bonds and on its private placements of shares totalling €33 million.

Onepoint

Advised Groupe Onepoint on its public takeover of Vision IT Group, listed on Alternext Brussels and Alternext Paris.

Transport company

Acted in multi-jurisdictional litigation involving a world-leading transport company and its former owner.

Sports brand

Advised on the development and implementation of a strategic distribution centre - covering supply chain, logistics and procurement - for a well-known sports brand.

Careers


Outstanding careers for imaginative people

Features


Smart cities: today’s reality


How data and technology is changing the way we interact with city infrastructure and what it means for your business.

Visit site
Smart cities: today’s reality

The European connected consumer: A life lived online


From health apps and virtual consultations, to 3D printing at home and augmented reality – what do these trends mean for your business? Find out more by downloading our latest report.

Visit site
The European connected consumer: A life lived online

Insights


Disconnect from Work

As part of our Future of Work campaign, Osborne Clarke is tackling the changes and opportunities that technology brings to the workplace. We see an opportunity for employers as a

Written on: 8th May 2018


Read time 3m

Employee Incentives Update | Spring 2018

Welcome to our Employee Incentives Update for spring 2018. This edition covers: An important update from HMRC on EU State aid approval for companies operating enterprise management incentive plans. GDPR

Written on: 13th Apr 2018


Read time 6m

Bring Your Own Device | Belgian ruling committee considers tax treatment of reimbursements

The trend of “BYOD” (Bring Your Own Device) is an IT-policy that encourage employees to use their own devices to access and exchange corporate systems and data. With the consumerisation

Written on: 12th Apr 2018


Read time 1m

View all insights

Connect with one of our experts


View all our experts in Belgium

View Experts