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Public sector, Belgium

We understand the governments and infrastructure sector in Belgium

Governments and infrastructure sector entities operate in a highly pressurised environment, facing the challenge of better service delivery with limited resources.

In the midst of major reductions in public spending following the 2008 financial crisis and higher expectations for public investment due to the Covid-19 pandemic, public authorities are being forced to make tough decisions to, on the one hand, restrict services in response to the pressing need to cut their spending and, on the other hand, keep up to standards the welfare state system and provide stimulus packages for businesses and citizens.

Strategic planning is essential in giving clear policy direction, and usually the challenge is to strike a balance between political policies and legislative requirements.

Experienced governments and infrastructure lawyers

Eversheds Sutherland has extensive experience providing legal services to the public sector, including central government, local authorities and other organizations. Many of our lawyers have previously worked in the public sector, so have a clear understanding of your priorities.

Eversheds Sutherland also has in-depth experience of representing and providing advice to sovereign states on matters of public international law.

Above all, we listen to our clients. Our solutions-oriented, service-led approach attracts clients faced with issues and opportunities that demand in-depth understanding of public sector specific knowledge and the ability to manage substantial matters.

Contact our legal team

Providing great legal advice is a given for us. We take a business partnership approach, helping you to develop strategies for success, turn threats into opportunities, future-proof your business and stay ahead of the game.

If you would like any further information or need advice on matters related to the governments and infrastructure sector, please contact our legal team.