Law firm EY Law expands to respond better to the growing demand for technology and innovation

EY Law and Questa Business Law join forces  


Brussels, 5 November 2019 – The corporate law firm EY Law, with offices in Brussels, Antwerp and Ghent, will be strengthened as of 1 November 2019 by the Antwerp-based ICT law firm Questa Business Law. This new cooperation will enable EY Law to expand further to a full service firm of 50 lawyers capable of providing a wide range of quality ICT services. This new cooperation is a step further to the digital law firm of the future.


EY Law and ICT law firm Questa Business Law will join forces as of 1 November to be able to support their clients even better by responding optimally to the demand for lawyers who have an affinity with technology and innovation. Questa Business Law is specialized in ICT projects, including drawing up, reviewing and negotiating all sorts of ICT service contracts. In addition it also provides advice on data protection and privacy among other matters.


“This fits perfectly with the vision of EY Law to create the digital law firm of the future with focus on services that remain relevant in an increasingly more digitized world. In addition to organic growth, we continue to look further in an effort to keep strengthening EY Law by attracting external professionals so as to be able to tackle the increasing complexity in legal matters even better and provide a full service to our clients,” says Peter Suykens, managing partner of EY Law


“With EY Law, we have found the perfect partner to continue to grow internationally, be able to support the EY Law and Questa Business Law clientele even better, and offer our staff a wider range of career opportunities within the international EY Law network,” says Dirk Beeckman, founder and managing partner of Questa Business Law.



About EY Law

EY Law is an independent law firm which after this expansion boasts nearly 50 lawyers in Belgium, with offices in Brussels, Antwerp and Ghent. EY Law is active in 87 countries worldwide and has more than 3,500 staff specialized in corporate and commercial law, transactions, labour law, financial law and digital law.

EY Law has access to the international EY Law network of legal practices linked to EY. EY has a privileged working relationship with Ernst & Young Tax Consultants.