Established in 1989, the Brussels office is an essential component of Hunton Andrews Kurth’s cross-border corporate and regulatory practices. The lawyers in our Brussels office advise a wide range of clients on compliance, transactional, strategic, dispute resolution and policy matters at both the EU and national levels.
Our award-winning data protection and privacy team handles cross-border security incidents, data transfers, and privacy issues pertaining to “new media” technologies such as cloud computing and mobile apps. We are particularly renowned for helping clients comply with the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
As one of the leading EU regulatory law firms in Brussels, we focus on environmental law, health and safety, energy, chemical law, life sciences, biotechnology and product regulation. We provide the depth of understanding necessary to devise smart, sustainable solutions for our clients’ thorniest problems, handling issues that are often situated at the interface of science, policy and law.
Our corporate and commercial practice in Brussels assists clients with virtually every form of corporate transactions. We also advise on commercial agreements, including agency, distribution, franchising, licensing, manufacturing, warehousing and equipment leasing contracts, and are adept at coordinating cross-border transactions handled from Brussels.
Besides providing high quality legal services to clients, we are mindful of our social responsibility, and understand that social responsibility cannot be limited to the performance of pro bono work. For that reason, we regularly supplement our pro bono work by identifying opportunities where our people can help “on the ground.”
For further information, please contact Isabelle Cornil, Office Administrator
Directions to Hunton Andrews Kurth Parking:
When travelling from inside Belgium, any train passing through Brussels will stop at Central Station (Gare Centrale/Centraal station), which is the closest train station to the office.
When travelling from abroad, your train will arrive into Midi Station (Gare du Midi/Zuidstation). From Midi Station (Gare du Midi/Zuidstation), take a train to Central Station (Gare Centrale/Centraal Station). There is a train every 2 minutes and it takes about 5 minutes to reach the station (1 stop).
Bus lines 29, 38, 63, 65, 66, 71 and 86 stop in front or in the vicinity of our office.
Tram lines 92 and 93 stop at “Parc” (next to the Royal Park), which is the closest station to our office.
Metro lines 1 and 5 stop at Central Station (Gare Centrale/Centraal Station) which is very close to our office (walking time from Central Station to our office is approximately 3 minutes).
From the airport
Brussels Airport Shuttle (to European area)
The bus station is located on level 0 - one floor down from the arrivals hall - and can be easily reached by using the escalators or elevators. All STIB/MIVB buses depart from platform C.
From Monday to Friday 8 p.m., the Airport Line is operated as an express service with number 12 and only serves the major stops.
On weekdays after 8 p.m., and the whole day on Saturday, Sunday and holidays, the Airport Line is operated as a regular service with number 21, serving all stops.
Brussels Airport-Zaventem station is located on level -1 of the terminal, at a small distance from the arrivals hall (2nd floor) and the departures hall (3rd floor). It is a 17 minutes ride to Brussels Central.
A taxi-ride will take about 40 minutes, depending on traffic.
From Midi Station (Gare du Midi/Zuidstation)
Should you travel with the Eurostar or Thalys train, you will arrive into Midi Station (Gare du Midi/Zuidstation).
From Midi Station, take a train to Central Station (Gare Centrale/Centraal Station). There is a train every 2 minutes and it takes about 5 minutes to reach Central Station (1 stop).
A taxi-ride will take about 15 minutes, depending on traffic.
Indoor parking is available in the office building. Please contact our reception desk at 02 643 58 00 to book a parking spot.
When you drive down rue des Colonies, the Park Atrium building is on the left; at the traffic lights, turn left, then immediately left again into rue Montagne du Parc. A sign indicates the entrance to our garage.
At the gate, ring the bell (Atrium reception), identify yourself and mention that you are a visitor for Hunton Andrews Kurth. Drive down to the allocated parking space.
An elevator will take you from the parking to level 0. Ask for further directions at the building reception desk. Our reception area is located on the 3rd floor.