Portrait de Georges-Albert DAL, Avocat off counsel - DALDEWOLF


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Georges-Albert Dal is a member of the Brussels Bar (1969). He is Of Counsel at DALDEWOLF.

Georges-Albert is a specialist in arbitration, insolvency and corporate law.

He is also active in ethics and disciplinary law of the regulated professions, an activity which completes a rich career in the service of the legal profession, notably as President of the Brussels Bar and President of the European Bar Association (CCBE). He is a recognised specialist in insolvency proceedings, a subject he taught at the University, along with financial law and the ethics of the legal professions. He is regularly appointed as an arbitrator in national and international arbitration panels, his favourite subject in which he is one of the reference authors in Belgium.

He is editor-in-chief of the Journal des tribunaux.

MAIN AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Arbitration
  • Ethics and disciplinary procedures
  • Law of companies in difficulty
  • Financial law

ACTIVITIES AND AFFILIATIONS

  • Member of the Brussels Bar and the Foreign Lawyers Section of the Geneva Bar
  • Professor emeritus of the UCLouvain
  • President of the Disciplinary Board of the Brussels Court of Appeal
  • Former President of the Brussels Bar, former President of the Federation of European Bars (FBE) and former President of the Council of European Bars and Law Societies (CCBE) Member and administrator of CEPANI
  • Editor-in-chief of the Journal des tribunaux

EDUCATION

  • Special economic law degree, ULB (1967)
  • Doctorate in Law, UCL (1966)

RECENT CONTRIBUTIONS

Book

  • « L’arbitrage en droit belge et international », t. I – Le droit belge, 3èmeédition, Bruxelles, Bruylant, 2015, 784 pages (with G. Keutgen, M. Dal and G. Matray)

Articles

  • « Le statut, le rôle et la déontologie des praticiens de l’insolvabilité », with B. Inghels, in Regards croisés sur le statut, le rôle et la déontologie du mandataire de justice, p. 7, CUP No 200, Anthémis, Liège, 2020
  • « La discipline des avocats après les lois « pots-pourris », in Liber amicorum Patrick Henry, p. 603, Larcier, Brussels, 2019
  •  « Napoléon, inventeur malgré lui du barreau moderne », in Journal des tribunaux, 2018, p. 60
  • « Le Code judiciaire et le barreau », in Journal des tribunaux, 2017, p. 621
  •  « La discipline des avocats. Chronique de jurisprudence 2012 – 2016 », with F. Bruyns, M. Ghislain, X. Grognard, E. Thiry and A. Vergauwen, in Journal des tribunaux, 2017, p. 493-517
  •  « L’avocat et la CEDH : une nouvelle étape avec l’arrêt Morice », in Today’s Lawyer, 2016, p. 16
  • « L’arrêt du 6 décembre 2013 du Tribunal fédéral suisse et le droit de l’Union européenne »,  with A. Guillerme, in dans Juriste, magazine of the International Association of Lawyers, No 2015.2, p. 45
  • Commentary on three arbitral awards, relating to the finality of an award and to the costs of arbitration, with S. Davidson, in Recueil de sentences arbitrales du Cepani – Questions procédurales, Bruylant, Brussels, p. 296.
  •  « En relisant Christine Matray dans le Journal des tribunaux », in Contestation, combats et utopies – Liber amicorum Christine Matray, Larcier, Brussels, 2015, p. 63
  •  « L’efficacité de l’arbitrage », with G. Keutgen, in Droit économie et valeurs – Hommage à Bernard Remiche, Larcier, Brussels, 2015, p. 635

 

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