Background and education
Anthony Bochon obtained a Master's Degree in Law from the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) (2010) and a Bachelor's degree in History from the Université Saint-Louis (2010).
He then obtained a Master's Degree in European and Economic Law (LL.M.) from the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom, 2011) and joined the Brussels Bar the same year.
He previously worked in the Brussels office of the international law firm Squire Patton Boggs. He joined EVEREST in 2018 as partner.
Anthony Bochon works as a lawyer at the Brussels Bar. Since 2011, his activities have mainly focused on civil and commercial litigation, economic law (corporate law, competition, insolvency and intellectual property) as well as regulatory (including the regulations REACH, CLP, PIC and biocides, cosmetics, food, pharmaceuticals, materials and electronics). He is regularly appointed as administrator by the courts.
Anthony Bochon is also pursuing an academic career since 2011 at the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB), where he is a researcher-Phd candidate and associate lecturer for the courses on economic law, European Union law and methodology of research and writing in economic law. He is also expert for the European Commission and a member of the ad-hoc working working group of the OECD on the protection of intellectual property in the chemicals sector.
His expertise in disruptive technologies has made him one of the most recognized experts in nanotechnology law in the world. Author of many conferences and publications on this topic, including the reference book Nanotechnology Law & Guidelines (Springer, 2020), he has been since 2016 in charge of the legal expertise within the framework of the Horizon 2020 project "EC4SafeNano" funded by the European Commission.
He is perfectly fluent in French, Dutch and English.