Alicia Cauwenbergh focuses on Belgian business law with a particular emphasis on corporate law, mergers and acquisitions and corporate litigation.
Prior to joining Van Bael & Bellis, Alicia worked for several years as a corporate lawyer in the Brussels offices of two law firms: first in a leading Belgian business law firm and then in the Belgian member of a global organisation of law firms with offices in 41 countries.
Alicia has also published several articles on directors' liability and participated as a speaker at conferences on the subject.
French, English, Spanish, Dutch
- University of Brussels (ULB), Master of Economic and Employment Law, magna cum laude, Pierre de Harven Prize, 2015
- University of Brussels (ULB), Bachelor of Law, magna cum laude, 2013
Co-authored “Les nouvelles responsabilités des administrateurs”, in Le nouveau visage des ASBL après le 1er mai 2019, Limal, Anthémis, 2019, p. 193.
Co-authored “La responsabilité des dirigeants liée à une poursuite d'activité déficitaire avant ou pendant une réorganisation judiciaire”, in Le droit de l'insolvabilité: Analyse panoramique de la réforme, Limal, Anthémis, 2018, p. 645.