Quentin Metz obtained a Law degree from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (2009). He also obtained a LL.M. in European Competition Law and IP Law from the Université de Liège (2010).
Prior to joining Janson in January 2019, Quentin was an associate within a major law firm in Luxembourg (2014-2018) and another law firm in Brussels (2010-2014).
He practises in the fields of economic law, with a specific interest in banking and finance law.
Languages: French, English
- 01/2019 - ...: Associate - Janson
- 01/2019 - ...: Secondment (one day/week) in an international bank
- 09/2014 - 12/2018: Associate - Arendt & Medernach (Luxembourg)
- 09/2010 - 08/2014: Associate - Cruyplants Eloy Wagemans & Partners
- 10/2010 - 06/2013: Active member of the Carrefour des Stagiaires (Brussels Bar)
- 2009 - 2010: LL.M. in European Law, Competition Law and IP Law - University of Liège (cum laude)
- 2004 - 2009: Law degree, Université Libre de Bruxelles (cum laude)
- Belgian chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guide - Fintech 2020, A practical cross-border insight into fintech law, 4th edition, 2020 (with M. Baudoncq)
- The Belgian Competition Council returns the case to the College of Prosecutors for having failed to consider the repeated nature of the abuse in its assessment of termination rules (Omega Pharma), 21 April 2011, e-Competitions, n° 45892, www.concurrences.com (with N. Neyrinck)
- The Belgium Competition Council dismisses a complaint against the incumbent telecoms operator regarding the access to its broadband network (Mobistar/Belgacom), 22 July 2010, e-Competitions, n° 36453, www.concurrences.com (with N. Neyrinck)
- The Belgian College of Prosecutors of the Competition Council dismisses a complaint against the incumbent telecom operator for resources and investigation priorities issues (Belgacom), 18 September 2009, e-Competitions, n° 30435, www.concurrences.com (with A. Defossez)
- Several publications on the website of TELFA’s network