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09 March 2018 / news

Chambers and Partners recognises Loyens & Loeff’s Benelux Energy Team with Band 1 rankings

Chambers and Parnters recognises Loyens & Loeff's Benelux Energy Team with Band 1 rankings

The Chambers and Partners international independent ranking directory on law firms published its annual Europe Guide on 8 March 2018 and again the Loyens & Loeff Energy Team’s regulatory capabilities received a Band 1 listing, both for Belgium as for the Netherlands.

Next to the team’s regulatory (and Band 2 transactional) recognition, three of our Energy Team members have received individual recognition by the Chambers and Partners independent directory. According to Chambers and Partners: 

Thomas Chellingsworth is top-ranked for Belgium as a “dedicated and detail-oriented lawyer” and “an authority on regulatory law”. 

Max Oosterhuis (for the Netherlands) is recognised (once again) as Senior Statesman and noted by sources for his “wealth of experience” in energy matters. And finally, Roland de Vlam was ranked for the sixth consecutive year. 

Please visit our website for more information on the Loyens & Loeff Energy Team.



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