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13 September 2018 / press release

Loyens & Loeff experts recognised as Tax Controversy Leaders in Belgium

Christian Chéruy, Thierry Charon and Caroline Docclo are recognised as Tax Controversy Leaders in Belgium in the 8th edition of the Tax Controversy Leaders guide, a publication of the International Tax Review.

Tax Controversy Leaders Guide - 2018 edition - Loyens & Loeff

Tax Controversy Leaders is a guide to the leading tax dispute resolution lawyers and advisers in the world. Inclusion in the guide is based on a minimum number of nominations received. Besides, entrants must also possess evidence of outstanding success in the past year and consistently positive feedback from peers and clients. 

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