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  • 30.03.2017 EU law
    News on the Brexit

    Inside Stibbe - On 29th March 2017, the United Kingdom has triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, thus making the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union official nine months after the referendum and starting the maximum two-year countdown of the exit process. While UK-EU trade relations will have to be redefined and some legislation ought to be reviewed, the consequences that the Brexit has for our very integrated jurisdiction and enforcement framework remain uncertain.

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  • 03.02.2017 NL law
    Stibbe advises Tata Communications

    Experience - Stibbe advises Tata Communications on its investment in Teleena Holding B.V., a mobile virtual network enabler headquartered in the Netherlands.

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  • 23.01.2017 NL law
    Stibbe advises Synopsys

    Experience - Stibbe advises Synopsys, Inc., a Nasdaq listed technology company, in its acquisition of certain assets of Forcheck b.v., a privately held software company based in the Netherlands that provides a static analysis tool for detecting coding defects and anomalies in Fortran applications.

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30.03.2017 BE law
Five things to know before conducting a corporate investigation in Belgium

Articles - Corporate investigations can help businesses to respond appropriately to whistleblowers’ claims and to identify and address potential misconduct promptly.  In the Belgian chapter of "Corporate Investigations 2017” (International Comparative Legal Guide) Hans Van Bavel and Frank Staelens (Moore Stephens Belgium) set out their insight on the latest practices, developments and trends in this particular field.

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