Anthony Bochon is a Belgium-qualified lawyer. He focusses his practice on European law and Belgian Economic Law. He advises on various aspects of competition law (EU and Belgium), regulatory issues, intellectual property and commercial law.
Since his bar admission, he has gained experience in advising international clients in a range of business sectors including chemicals, energy, telecommunications, fast-moving consumer goods, automotive, healthcare and pharmaceutical, raw materials and media. He has also assisted governments and public authorities on EU law matters. He has contributed to the representation of clients before Belgian judicial and regulatory authorities, as well as before European courts.
He has significant and recognised expertise on the emerging regulation of nanotechnologies, being regularly asked to contribute at conferences and in the media. Since November 2016, he has served as legal expert in the Horizon 2020 project EC4SafeNano, which aims to create the first European nanosafety centre. He is a part-time university lecturer on EU and Economic law (Université libre de Bruxelles and Brussels Business Institute), a former fellow at the Transatlantic Technology Law Forum of Stanford Law School and a former guest speaker at HEC Paris. He often publishes on various EU law, Economic law and Technology law topics. He is the secretary of the European Consumer Law Journal.
In 2014, he was the recipient of the Jean-Jacques Boels Prize awarded by the Brussels Bar for the year 2013 in recognition of his achievements as a practicing lawyer and legal scholar.
Scientific Journals (Peer-Reviewed)
Electronic Legal Publications (Peer-Reviewed)