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Stibbe attends IBA's Annual Conference in Tokyo

Stibbe attends IBA's Annual Conference in Tokyo

Stibbe attends IBA's Annual Conference in Tokyo

19.10.2014

The International Bar Association (IBA) organises its Annual Congress from 19-24 October. This year’s edition takes place in Tokyo, and a team from Stibbe’s offices worldwide attends this Conference.

The following lawyers represent Stibbe at the Conference: Christof Swaak, Derk Lemstra, Michael Molenaars, Jan Peeters, Jan Bogaert, Wouter Ghijsels, Astrid Helstone, Erik Valgaeren, Björn van der Klip, Jaap Willeumier and Hans Witteveen.

For more information about the Conference, please click here.

Team

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