Li Yu

Li-Yu Tu

Managing Associate, Brussels

Overview

Avocat (Member of the Brussels Bar)

Attorney (Member of the New York Bar).

Practicing through Li-Yu TU SC SPRL-S with BCE number 0685.553.636

Experience

Li-Yu joined the Mainstream Corporate group at Linklaters in September 2013. He has experience in cross-border mergers and acquisitions, equity issues, corporate restructurings and general advice on corporate law matters. He also advises on corporate and financial law aspects (for listed/non-listed entities) and not-for-profit law.

Li-Yu has been a member of the Brussels bar since 2010 and the New York bar since 2014 and Li-Yu is also a member of Linklaters’ China Desk in Brussels.

Professional experience

2017 to date Managing Associate, Linklaters LLP

2013 - 2017 Associate, Linklaters LLP, Brussels

2010 - 2012 Associate, Corporate/M&A, Loyens & Loeff SCRL, Brussels

Education

2012 - 2013 Columbia University, Columbia Law School LL.M degree

2008 - 2010 Université catholique de Louvain, Master degree

2005 - 2008 Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis, Bachelor degree

Languages

French, English, Dutch, Chinese

Publications
  • "Aspects de droit des sociétés – Rapport introductif", Eric Pottier and Li-Yu Tu, published in Joint Ventures – Questions choisies de droit belge et international, Commission royale Droit et Vie des Affaires, 2017 
  • "Perspectives de droit des sociétés : Impact de la nouvelle loi bancaire sur la gouvernance des établissements de crédit", Arnaud Coibion and Li-Yu Tu, published in Les récentes réformes de droit bancaire et financier : Quel impact pour les établissements de crédit, leurs clients et leurs responsables ?, Collection de la Conférence du Jeune Barreau de Bruxelles, 2015
  • "The legal status of international associations in Belgium", Antoine Druetz and Li-Yu Tu, published in the Practical Guide of the Federation of European and International Associations established in Belgium (FAIB), 22 February 2011 (http://www.faib.org)
  • "The revenues and assets of international associations in Belgium", Antoine Druetz and Li-Yu Tu, published in the Practical Guide of the Federation of European and International Associations established in Belgium (FAIB), 22 February 2011 (http://www.faib.org).