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Our long-standing background gives us an unmatched insight

Our long-standing experience in this fast-evolving sector gives us an unmatched insight into the issues it is currently facing. We advise some of the world’s largest and most prestigious hotel chains, investors and developers and owners of business centres, parks, leisure centres, food and drinks sector operators and sport clubs.

Our work covers the full legal spectrum of activities, including: Banking & Finance; Commercial; Competition; Corporate and M&A; Dispute Resolution; Employment; Intellectual Property; Outsourcing; Private Equity; Real Estate & Regulatory; and Gaming & Gambling. We are a team ready to assist!

For all sports-related matters, ALTIUS has joined forces with tax law firm, Tiberghien, and established Atfield, a single point of contact for the market that provides highly-specialised and sector-specific legal advice to athletes, teams and other stakeholders.

We take a hands-on approach after having carefully listened to you, advising not just on the letter of the law, but also making practical, creative proposals for our clients to consider. We stand by your side in assessing all the legal risks and helping you identify opportunities and capitalising on them. As you build the future, we are assisting you.

Our team regularly speaks at industry events and contributes to various leading publications. We invest continuously in building long-standing relations with regulators, industry groups and business people. For instance, through our active sponsorship of the Belgian Luxembourg Council of Retail and Shopping Centres, we have expanded a useful network that offers us the opportunity to team up with other industry members to offer innovative solutions. One of our partners is a senior officer in the Leisure Industries Section of the International Bar Association.

How we can help

  • Acquisitions and disposals
  • Construction and development
  • Development schemes
  • Dispute resolution
  • Employment issues, including working time arrangements
  • Financing and structuring
  • Management agreements and leases
  • Marketing and branding
  • Operational issues (including outsourcing and insourcing operations)
  • Project management
  • Regulatory issues
  • Structuring


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