DALDEWOLF in the Chambers Global Legal Guide 2023

DALDEWOLF is ranked 4 times in the Chambers Global Legal Guide 2023 – 1 ranking for a firm practice and 3 individual rankings.

Marc Dal, who heads the litigation practice is again ranked among the elite of arbitration practitioners in Belgium. In the Dispute Resolution: Arbitration – Belgium, Marc is described as being admired for being “a very intelligent and sharp lawyer.”  Managing Partner and co-leader of the Corporate & Financial team Patrick De Wolf is ranked in the General Business Law – Congo Democratic Republic of Congo category. Patrick Van Leynseele is again distinguished in the category Dispute Resolution: Litigation for his expertise as a mediator.

The team in the Kinshasa office is recognised for its General Business Law practice. Chambers Global praises DALDEWOLF for its significant expertise in the DRC, avec une connaissance considérable du droit OHADA. with considerable knowledge of OHADA law. Chambers says this expertise extends to the development and financing of projects in the energy, natural resources and infrastructure sectors, adding that the team also has experience in transactional matters, drawing on the resources of its Brussels office when necessary.

The Chambers Global rankings, based on interviews with lawyers and clients, look at a broad range of qualities, including legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial awareness, diligence, and commitment to the client, to provide an independent assessment of counsel throughout the world.

DALDEWOLF is a business law firm founded in 1958. Its teams handle complex and demanding transactions in Belgium, the Democratic Republic of Congo (with a permanent office of a ten lawyers in Kinshasa) and worldwide.
DALDEWOLF has significant experience in managing shareholder/partner and executive disputes and, more generally, in litigation, arbitration and mediation.
DALDEWOLF has a strong reputation for representing the interests of family businesses in all industry sectors, including food and beverage, mining and quarrying, biotechnology and real estate.