Lawyers

Frederic Deltour

Frederic Deltour

Tel. (direct): +32 2 663 28 20

Fax (direct): +32 2 663 28 21

Email: frederic.deltour@lmbd.be


Experience and fields of specialization

Frederic Deltour specializes in corporate law, with a special focus on M&A and real estate law. 

Frederic also advises with respect to a wide range of commercial contracts, including IP and life sciences related agreements.

Frederic’s day-to-day corporate advisory practice consists i.a. of:

  • Belgian and cross-border mergers and acquisitions (asset and share deals, public and private companies)
  • Belgian and cross-border corporate restructurings (mergers, spin-offs, business transfers, liquidations, de-mergers, divestitures, etc.)
  • Joint venture agreements
  • All corporate matters in relation to non-profit organizations
  • General corporate advice and corporate housekeeping

Frederic also represents national and international clients in real estate M&A (asset and share deals) and advises in relation to a wide variety of real estate and real estate related agreements (lease agreement, long term lease agreements, development agreements, construction agreements, etc.)

Finally, Frederic assists clients in relation to a wide range of agreements in the pharmaceutical / life sciences sector (license agreements, manufacturing agreements, promotion and co-promotion agreements, supply agreements, distribution and agency agreements, etc.)


Professional experience

Since 2010 : founding partner at LMBD Prioux, Brussels

2005-2010 : senior associate at Dechert LLP, Brussels office

2003-2005 : senior associate at Coudert Brothers LLP – Coppens Van Ommeslaghe & Faurès, Brussels office

1998-2003 : associate at Linklaters LLP, Brussels office

Frederic was admitted to the Brussels Bar in 1998.


Education

J.D. (“Licentie Rechten”), Universiteit Gent (UG), Belgium, and Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany, 1998, magna cum laude


Languages

Frederic practices in Dutch, English and French. He reads and has conversational knowledge of German.