Dominique was admitted at the Brussels bar in April 1988.
She graduated from the Université Libre ed Bruxelles and holds a special degree in European Law from the Institute of the European Studies of the ULB.
Dominique is a partner in the Commercial practice group.
She handles litigation cases and advises, amongst others, in commercial intermediation, international sale, grant agreements with public entities, product liability and conflict of laws issues. She assists in the drafting of joint venture agreements in Belgium and abroad.
Dominique developed a particular expertise in public procurement and regularly advises not-for- profit organizations.
Due to her strong implication in the Italian desk, she dedicates an important part of her professional activity in assisting Italian and Belgian companies in handling legal issues and projects between Belgium and Italy.
Commercial law, European, Distribution Law, Administrative and Public procurement, Italian Desk, Nonprofit organizations, Product liability, Civil law and liability
Publications and conferences
March 2015, "Liability for defective products”, COSMOPACK, Bologna.
November 2012, "Safe management saves management” in "Current legal issues for not-profit organizations”, Seminar De Wolf & Partners, Brussels.
May 2012, "Impatto della fiscalita belga per I funzionari europei”, seminar FFPE, Brussels
March 2010, "What does not-for-profit mean? Limits and Risks” in "Current legal issues for not-profit organizations”, Seminar De Wolf& Partners, Brussels.
March 2009, "Più Lavoro” - V Congresso Nazionale, Associazione Nazionale Forense: "Superare la crisi, guardare al futuro”, Napoli.
July 2005,«La nouvelle réglementation applicable aux associations sans but lucratif», EARTO, Brussels.
April 1998 and 1999, Animating a seminar on negotiation for French and German speaking participants, «Deutsche AnwaltAkademie», Freiburg and Baden Baden.
November 1994, «La vendita internazionale»,Camera di Comercio Belgo-Italiana, Brussels.
"Il Bollettino” 2010 – review of the "Associazione dei Giuristi di Lingua Italiana” – "Sentenza della Corte di Cassazione Belga – Interpretazione della Convenzione di Vienna – Possibilità di modificare le condizioni finanziarie di un contratto senza che sia necessario il comune consenso delle parti”