You are here:
18 December 2019 / news

Hakim Boularbah and Olivier van der Haegen recognized by Who’s Who Legal Arbitration 2020

We are very proud to announce that Hakim Boularbah, Partner and Head of the International Litigation and Arbitration Practice of our Brussels office, is recommended as a Global Leader in the 2020 edition of the Who’s Who Legal Arbitration.

Hakim Boularbah and Olivier van der Haegen

Hakim’s "expertise in the field is well established", say sources who add he has "a great capacity to present his case in the best possible way, with great professionalism". Hakim is recognized as an expert in civil and commercial litigation and arbitration at national, European and international level. He is also one of the most renowned experts in Belgium when it comes to enforcement of arbitral awards.

Congratulations also to Olivier van der Haegen, Counsel in the International Litigation and Arbitration Practice of our Brussels office, who is recognized as Future Leader in the 2020 edition of the Who’s Who Legal Arbitration. Olivier regularly acts as counsel in national and international arbitrations. He is singled out as “a persuasive advocate” and “knowledgeable specialist who is very active in the arbitration scene”.



World Data Privacy Day – What can we expect from the Belgian Data Protection Authority in 2020?

World Data Privacy Day – What can we expect from the Belgian Data Protection Authority in 2020?

28 January is World Data Privacy Day in the US, in Canada and in 47 European countries. Since 2007, this day is dedicated to raising awareness about the importance... read more
Partners Loyens & Loeff Brussels recognised by Best Lawyers

Partners Loyens & Loeff Brussels recognised by Best Lawyers

Congratulations to Peter Callens on being recognised by Best Lawyers™ as the 2020 Litigation “Lawyer of the Year” in Belgium. Only a single lawyer in each practice... read more
Man pressing a privacy shield

EU-US Privacy Shield on the chopping block?

The EU – US Privacy Shield was adopted in July 2016 as a replacement of the Safe Harbor regime, which was struck down by the EU Court of Justice (CJEU). Both... read more