Brussels

Our Brussels-based team, in the de facto capital of the European Union, provides practical and strategic advice on EU antitrust law and works with multinational organizations on their global privacy issues.

Morrison & Foerster’s Brussels office is a key part of our global Antitrust, Privacy, and Data Security practices.

We assist clients with competition issues and work to obtain approval of mergers and acquisitions at EU-wide and member state levels. MoFo’s lawyers have played a significant role in defending our clients in many European Commission cartel investigations (and related damages claims), including those concerning cathode ray tubes, freight forwarding, optical disk drives, smart card chips, rechargeable batteries, and mobile LCDs. We also counsel clients on a wide range of issues, including vertical arrangements and antitrust compliance.

Lawyers based in our Brussels office are part of our highly regarded global Privacy and Data Security practice, working on privacy and transborder data protection matters that are critical to the strategic operations and growth of many global companies. Our straightforward approach has made us the privacy counsel of choice for some of the world’s largest and best-known global enterprises, as well as for a host of smaller organizations. Our skills are particularly valued by companies that operate in highly regulated sectors, such as financial services, health care, and pharmaceuticals; companies with an online presence; and companies operating internationally.

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