Our European team consists of nearly 100 practitioners, all of whom are locally qualified and globally experienced. In each of our four European offices, our professionals offer regional knowledge with experience in innovative, market-leading transactions and complex litigation, dispute, and regulatory matters. We offer in-depth knowledge of our client’s industries, including the economic and regulatory environments in which they operate, and offer experience with the most critical competition matters throughout Europe and the world.
Our integrated relationship with the firm’s offices in the United States and Asia, and the firm’s emphasis on global practice area groups, provides us with an international reach that truly sets us apart.
Our European practices have received consistent acknowledgement in numerous top-tier industry publications, including Global Arbitration Review, Chambers UK, Chambers Europe, Chambers Global, Décideurs Magazine, and Legal 500.
BrusselsWinston & Strawn LLP
Wetstraat/Rue de la Loi 82
Phone: +32 2 891 83 00
Fax: +32 2 891 83 50
Winston & Strawn’s recent expansion into Brussels further establishes our preeminent EU antitrust/competition practice at the epicenter of European competition law. The Brussels office is located on the famous Rue de la Loi or Wetstraat, which connects the Belgium Federal Parliament with the European Commission headquarters – the Berlaymont – and the Justus Lipsius, home to the Council of the European Union.
The firm's EU antitrust/competition practice, with lawyers in our Brussels, London and Paris offices, advises a wide range of clients, including corporations in the industrial manufacturing, insurance, financial services, and pharmaceutical/life science sectors.
Our lawyers offer comprehensive knowledge across the full spectrum of competition practice and European law and have spent time working for regulators and in academia. We handle complex and critical competition matters before the European Commission and national competition authorities across disciplines, including cartels, merger control, commercial arrangements, compliance, EU sanctions, trade rules/export control, state aid, free movement, competition litigation, regulated sectors, and government and regulatory affairs.
Parking is available at Jozef II straat, directly behind de Wetstraat.