Exelia is a team. Not an empty catchword or concept but an actual team. Exelia decided that it would be and remain a human scaled undertaking, focused on the efficient contribution of its members and a constant care for high quality legal services. The distribution of responsibilities and roles within the firm was thought out in order to allow each member’s abilities to be exploited at their best and in the client’s best interest. Beyond the individuals who compose it, this is a team that we are proud of introducing you to.
attorney since 1981, took part in the firm’s creation in 1989. He is recognised by the Brussels Bar as a specialist in public procurements and tendering, and in public and administrative law. He is in charge of the administrative law team. Jean-Marc WOLTER is also responsible for the firm’s “Quality Management”. Jean-Marc WOLTER regularly publishes and gives conferences.
Expertise: government and public sector.
Practice areas: General public law and, in particular, public procurement and tendering law, public authorities’ liability law, environmental law.
attorney at the firm since 2008 and member of the Brussels Bar (Dutch speaking Association). She developed an expertise in public procurement law, an area in which she regularly publishes alongside Jean-Marc WOLTER.
Practice areas: Public procurement law, public law, public authorities liability law, environmental law.
attorney since 2014, joined Exelia in 2015. He develops a particular expertise in debt recovery for public authorities and regularly takes part in public procurement litigation cases.
Practice areas: Civil and commercial law, debt recovery, public procurement law, public authorities liability law.
attorney since 2015, joined Exelia in 2017. He regularly takes part in the handling of debt recovery cases and develops an extensive practice in the fields of public procurement law, commercial law as well as intellectual property law, the latter area in which he deepens his expertise following a bilingual LL.M in competition and intellectual property law at the University of Liege.
Practice areas: Civil law, intellectual property law, public procurements, corporate and commercial law, debt recovery.
attorney at the firm since 2019, he previously worked within the administration as a counsel specialised in public procurements and tendering. He is specialised in public procurement law, a field within which he gives lectures and publishes regularly. He is more generally trained in public law, administrative law, European public law, and human rights law.
Practice areas: Public procurements and tendering, institutional public law, administrative law, European public law, competition law, human rights law and debt recovery.