Pierre Langlois de Bazillac, lawyer since 1995, practices commercial and corporate law. A born facilitator and litigator, he specialises in setting-up companies and assisting them in their operations as well as in their commercial development both domestically and internationally.
Gautier Lang was admitted to the Swiss bar in 2011.
As a lawyer with valuable experience in labour law, contract law, real estate and criminal law, Gautier provides counsel and legal representation to corporate and individual clients since early 2008.
Anne Decortis has been a lawyer at Brussels Bar since 2003. She set up her own practice in 2006 specializing in criminal and family law. She was counsel on several high profile cases at the Assises court both in Brussels and Mons. Beside her mother language French, she is fluent in English, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese.
Anait Ekimyan graduated in law from the Universiité Libre de Bruxelles (2011). She is lawyer at the Brussels Bar and has been working within the Lexial since 2011.
She assists a broad spectrum of clients including large national and international companies in foreign investments.
Monika graduated with honors in 2016 receving Master of Laws degree. Due to numerous international experiences she was able to get to know from the core the govermental organizations functionning at national and global level. She masters public and private international law. Her strong points are good analytical skills and an avability to work on various legal systems.
Kris Termonia began his law studies at the University of Antwerp in 1999. After he obtained a candidate degree in 2001, he obtained his master degree at the University of Ghent in 2004, with specialisation in social law. After his law studies, he followed commercial sciences at the Vlekho Business School in Brussels.He started at the bar of Brussels in 2005.
Maguy Banthi has been admitted to the Brussels Bar in 2011. She holds a master degree in law from University Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas (France) and a Post-Master degree in tax from the University of Louvain-Mons. Her practice focuses on tax law. She advises and represents corporations and individuals in direct and indirect tax matters. She provides support on various cases such as transactions and restructuring taxation, regularization of foreign assets and tax audits from the prelitigation to the recovery process. She also practices corporate and commercial law with a focus on insolvency and litigation and has an in-depth knowledge of legal affairs in West and Central African countries (OHADA Law) and mainly in DRC law.
Juliette Richir obtained her master degree at the University of Louvain-la-Neuve in 2014 and studied international law at the University of Cape Town (South Africa). She is attorney-at-law since 2016 with specialization in immigration law and criminal law. She also practices family law.