>>>Anneloes Baert
Anneloes Baert 2020-05-25T14:49:55+00:00

Senior associate
Anneloes Baert is a driven litigator specialized in corporate and commercial dispute resolution, in both a national and international context. She also advises companies on negotiating and drafting of commercial agreements.

Anneloes Baert

business law

In 2012, Anneloes obtained her master’s degrees in Law at the Catholic University of Leuven (KULeuven). Afterwards, she studied in London for a year, where she took a Master of Laws (LLM) in commercial and company law at Queen Mary University.

Anneloes was admitted to the bar in 2013. Within the dispute resolution departments of Laga (Brussels) and Laurius (Antwerp), she gained extensive experience in dealing with complex national and international disputes and in conducting proceedings in commercial, corporate and contractual litigation matters. In addition, she also provides companies legal assistance on drafting, reviewing and negotiating all types of commercial contracts.

Anneloes joined the Ghent bar in 2020 and has been part of the business law department of Van Steenbrugge Advocaten since then.

Clients value Anneloes for her strong legal insight and well-considered combativeness.

Degrees and qualifications

Master’s in law, Catholic University of Leuven (KULeuven), 2012
LLM in commercial and corporate law, Queen Mary University, London, UK, 2013

Internships

Greenille (by Laga) and Laga (present Deloite Legal) in Brussels
Laurius in Antwerp

Experience

Registered at the Brussels bar since 2013
Registered at the Antwerp bar since 2017
Registered at the Ghent bar since 2020

Specialisations

Dispute resolution
Company law
Commercial law
Contract law

Legal contributions

“Crossing Borders: Exploring the Need for a Fourteenth EU Company Law Directive on the Transfer of the Registered Office”, European Business Law Review 2015, Issue 4, 581-612

Languages

Dutch, French, English

Contact

0032 (0)9 269 10 66
[email protected]
personal assistant: Celine Van Troos, [email protected] – 0032 (0)9 269 10 66