DALDEWOLF : the « EU law » team continues to grow

After announcing the appointment of Anaïs Guillerme as a partner on July 1st, DALDEWOLF is pleased to welcome two new associates to the “EU law” team: Marianne Brésart and Wadii Miftah.

These two new recruits will strengthen the team in place, which now includes seven lawyers. Thierry Bontinck declared: « Both the association of Anaïs and the considerable development of our clientele implied an enlargement of the team. This will allow us to maintain our high levels of competence, rigor and  availability, at the service of our clients. »

On the picture, from left to right : Thais Payan, Wadii Miftah, Lauren Burguin, Marianne Brésart, Anaïs Guillerme, Julie Goffin, Thierry Bontinck and Sandra Volpin.

Marianne BrésartMarianne Brésart, Senior Associate, is a lawyer registered with the Luxembourg and Brussels Bars. Before joining DALDEWOLF, she practiced for eight years within a team dedicated to European law in a leading firm in Luxembourg and advised numerous clients in both the public and private sectors. Her multidisciplinary experience covers many aspects of European Union law, in particular international sanctions enacted within the framework of the European Union’s foreign policy, as well as State aid (including services of economic interest general) and civil service law.
Wadii Miftah

Wadii Miftah, Junior associate, holds an LL.M in EU law from the University of Liège and a Master’s in law from the UC Louvain. He joined DALDEWOLF after various internships in leading law firms as well as at the Belgian Competition Authority.

The DALDEWOLF EU team provides assistance in the context of internal market, audit and investigations relating to EU financial interests, regulated professions, common foreign and security policy (including sanctions), European contracts, European and international civil service, with particular attention paid to respect for fundamental rights. Anaïs Guillerme and Thierry Bontinck also have recognized experience in proceedings before the Court of Justice of the EU.

Patrick De Wolf, Managing Partner, adds : « Marianne and Wadii reinforce the development dynamic of DALDEWOLF. The ‘EU Law’ team is more than ever able to assume its role as a reference at the heart of the European Union ».