Anneleen Steeno graduated from K.U. Leuven in 2002, having spent one term in her last year of Law School at Northwestern University School of Law (Chicago). She was called to the Brussels Bar in 2002, practicing with Eubelius. Her practice focused on corporate law, finance, and mergers and acquisition (M&A).
Anneleen took a Master’s in Law (LL.M.) in Corporate Governance and Practice at Stanford Law School in 2005-2006, and subsequently worked for Fenwick & West LLP (Silicon Valley, USA). At this firm, she was involved in various venture capital deals. After her studies and work experience in the US, Anneleen returned to Eubelius as a senior associate.
Anneleen is also a part-time teaching assistant with Prof Koen Geens at the Jan Ronse Institute at K.U. Leuven, giving tutorials in corporate law. Anneleen joined Curia in February 2008, where she became a partner in 2012. She was a founding partner of intui in 2013.
Robbie Tas combined economic studies at K.U. Leuven (MEcon (finance) 1993) with a legal curriculum (LL.M. 1994, graduate tax studies 1994, PhD. 2002).
He served as a Research Fellow with Prof Geens at K.U. Leuven’s Jan Ronse Institute between 1994 and 2001. In 2002 he obtained his PhD with a study into the maintenance of capital in public limited liability companies and private limited liability companies.
From 1997 to 2003, Robbie was in charge of the legal secretariat of the International Commission of Appeal at NASDAQ Europe. He was a board member of electricity company Luminus from 2002 to 2005.
He has been teaching in the Master’s of Corporate Law programme at K.U. Leuven / the Hogeschool-Universiteit of Brussels since 2004 and in the postgraduate estate planning programme at V.U. Brussels.
He is a regular contributor to TRV, Review for Legal Entities and Companies and is also the permanent secretary to VRG-Alumni, the alumni association of Leuven’s law faculty. He has published extensively on corporate law and non-profit law and is a much sought-after speaker on these topics. He handles cases in Dutch, French and English.