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Liesbeth Weynants new managing partner of HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER's Brussels office

12 December 2019
Thu, 12/12/2019 (All day)

HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER’s Brussels partners have appointed Liesbeth Weynants as their new managing partner, succeeding Steven Cattoor.

Steven Cattoor: “We are really delighted that Liesbeth has agreed to take on this new role. Liesbeth is one of the absolute and uncontested leaders in the Belgian IP and Life Sciences regulatory field, and we are convinced that she will manage the Brussels office with the same flair, energy and dedication as her day to day client practice.” 

Liesbeth: “I am happy and honoured to pick up this new role. These are exciting and challenging times and I look forward to managing our fantastic team. Jointly, we will make sure that our clients and peers continue to receive top notch advice, contracts and litigation assistance.”

Liesbeth Weynants joined the firm in 2011 as a partner and heads the Brussels Life Sciences practice. Her work covers intellectual property, life sciences regulatory affairs, unfair competition, privacy and data protection. In addition to her practical experience, Liesbeth regularly publishes and teaches classes in her fields of expertise.

Liesbeth is the second woman to be named managing partner within HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER, alongside Sabine Agé in France. 

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