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Paul Geerebaert recognized in WWL Thought Leaders: Labour & Employment 2019

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Head of the Employment practice at Liedekerke, Paul Geerebaert has been ranked as one of the only 12Thought Leaders” in Labour & Employment in Belgium in the latest WWL Thought Leaders: Labour & Employment 2019 which brings together for the first time the insight, expertise and wisdom of some of the world’s foremost labour, employment and benefits lawyers in a single book. Next to Paul, 8 lawyers from Claeys & Engels, and 3 partners from respectively Lydian, Loyens & Loeff and Van Olmen & Wynant.
Through interviews with the practitioners themselves, WWL Thought Leaders: Labour & Employment aims to shine a light on what puts these practitioners at the apogee of the global labour and employment markets. They are worthy of special mention owing not only to their expertise and experience advising on some of the world’s most significant and cutting-edge matters, but also their ability to innovate and inspire. Their experience and understanding of the legal world and their unique insights into the area will no doubt be illuminating and instructive to a wide spectrum of readers, whether clients, corporate counsel, established practitioners, those starting out in the law, or anyone with an interest in the practice of law at the very highest level.
This is a fantastic recognition for Paul who has been acknowledged over and over again for his talent and expertise by clients, peers, and the most renowned legal directories, including Chambers Europe where he is praised by clients for his ability to "respond really quickly and give practical guidance."and The Legal 500 where Paul is ranked as Leading Individual for Employment in Belgium.
Click here to view all those included in WWL Thought Leaders: Labour & Employment 2019. Who’s Who Legal has been researching legal markets since 1996 and now covers 35 practice areas and over 160 countries.