Gregory Grouwels specializes in real estate and construction, dispute resolution and mediation, and insolvency law. He has completed his training as mediator in civil- and commercial matters. He is accredited by the Flemish Government as a service provider for SME portfolios under the International Entrepreneurship Advice pillar. (DV.I211013)
Gregory has been a specialist in real estate and construction law for more than 30 years. He advises on contracting and assists different types of players in the real estate sector (builders, property developers, contractors, public authorities, architects of real estate development projects, …) in the public and private sectors. Negotiating, mediating, and representing clients in proceedings, if necessary, are also part of his daily practice.
Clients appreciate his solution-oriented approach and well-founded advice.
Gregory Grouwels graduated from the Catholic University of Leuven in 1990. In 1989-1990, he studied at the Université de Strasbourg (France). In 1990-1991 he also studied European Law at the Université de Liège.
He lectures yearly on subject matters relating to real estate law and construction law, for example, performance of public contracts, the Breyne Act today, tenancy law, unfair terms in construction contracts, the short period regarding minor hidden defects in construction. For various graduate degrees, he lectured at the Fellow Bouwmanager training institute for various graduate degrees and he is often a guest speaker at different forums, in collaboration with different trade organizations. He co-authored De aannemingsovereenkomst, de onderaannemingsovereenkomst en het architectencontract in modellen voor het bedrijfsleven [The construction contract, the subcontracting contract, and the architect’s contract in models for the business lifecycle].
Gregory Grouwels was admitted to the Liege Bar in 1990 and to the Limburg (Hasselt) Bar in 1992. He became partner at Monard Law in 1998.