Régine Feltkamp has a broad business law expertise but particularly focusses on regulated businesses (energy sector, banking/finance sector). Lately she focusses on the digital transition projects in regulated industries (energy sector / finance sector).
Besides the matters typically related to the legal frameworks applicable to these sectors, her work is related to matters of contract, liability, general business and corporate law.
Régine has a longstanding experience in drafting, negotiating and counselling on various types of business agreements and in managing (international) multiparty contract negotiations (including legal project management). Over the past year she has been closely involved in the European market coupling projects in the energy sector connecting TSOs and NEMOs throughout Europe.
Régine has also participated in the drafting of various laws and regulations in her practice areas, amongst which laws related to the energy sector as well as the Belgian Code of Economic Law commissioned by the Belgian Ministry of Economy.
Régine is professor at law at the Free University of Brussels where she teaches the lectures Financial and Economic Law and Selected topics of contract law. She was appointed for the lectures of Principles of private law (2007-18), Law on property & real collateral (2009 -12) and for a remplacement for Financial and Monetary Law (2014-16).
"provides 'high-quality advice within a short time frame and at a very reasonable cost' in the energy sector. It regularly advises on energy transition and digital transformation projects, and attracts praise for providing 'added value for legal services covering a combination of information technology and energy matters'. Practice head Régine Feltkamp, who focuses on transactional and advisory matters, is highlighted as 'a good strategist and negotiator'
‘Thanks to a combination of the senior and junior resources the customer benefits from the deliverables with very high professional standards for a reasonable cost.’
"specialists do not only bring deep legal expertise in multi-client projects, but they also facilitate challenging legal negotiations among clients and the suppliers with the focus on the efficient process for reaching goals defined by the business interest of the clients.‘