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Belgium - April 2016

Loyens & Loeff wins 'Best Tax Law Firm' and 'Best Employment Law Firm' awards for Belgium

CELIA Alliance member firm Loyens & Loeff have been awarded ‘Best Tax Law Firm’ and ‘Best Employment Law Firm’ for its Tax and Employment Law practices respectively, at the Trends Legal Awards ceremony held on 20 April 2016.

Rewarding outstanding law firms for their distinctive features and their major achievements in 2015, the Trends Legal Awards represent the ultimate recognition of excellence in the Belgian legal community.  Loyens’ Belgian Tax and Employment Law practices were elected by a jury of renowned and independent specialists, selected by the Trends Legal Awards.

For more information on Loyens & Loeff and to get in touch with them, visit their profile page here

 

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