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  • 20.09.2017 BE law
    Stibbe advises Kinepolis

    Experience - Stibbe advises Kinepolis on its acquisition of Landmark cinemas, the second largest movie theatre group in Canada operating 44 movie theaters. This transaction enables Kinepolis to expand it’s business into another continent, creating new growth opportunities.

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  • 12.09.2017 NL law
    Stibbe provides promising start-ups with one year of free legal support

    Inside Stibbe - Stibbe launches a new programme called Stibbe StartsUP, offering free legal support for one year to promising companies active in various industries. This initiative stems from our desire to help young businesses and an interest in innovation. Sound legal advice is crucial for companies starting out but is often too expensive in the early stages.

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  • 09.08.2017 NL law
    Stibbe advises NN and ASR

    Experience - Stibbe advises NN Investment Partners B.V. (“NN”) and ASR Nederland N.V. (“ASR”) on the sale of all their 6% and 7% cumulative preference shares in Unilever N.V. to Unilever PLC.

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22.09.2017 NL law
Dutch Supreme Court ruled on the time limit under which appeals must be brought

Short Reads - On 1 September 2017, the Dutch Supreme Court ruled that the appeal period ends three months after the day on which the court has given its judgment, at the end of the day with the same number as the day on which the judgment was given (ECLI:NL:HR:2017:2225). However, when the appeal period of three months expires in a month that does not have a day with the same number due to the fact that it is shorter, the appeal period ends on the final day of that month. Therefore, it is important to be aware that the appeal period relating to judgments given on certain specific days might end earlier than expected.

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