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Johan Vrolijk, Robert Steeg and Valérie van 't Lam promoted to counsel at Stibbe Amsterdam

Johan Vrolijk, Robert Steeg and Valérie van 't Lam promoted to counsel

Johan Vrolijk, Robert Steeg and Valérie van 't Lam promoted to counsel at Stibbe Amsterdam

30.04.2018 NL law

Stibbe Amsterdam has promoted Johan Vrolijk, Robert Steeg and Valérie van 't Lam to counsel. They specialise in tax law, loan finance and environmental law respectively. 

Johan Vrolijk

Johan Vrolijk is an experienced tax lawyer with a particular focus on real estate transactions, employee benefits (including management participation plans and international assignments) investment fund structuring, private equity transactions and M&A. He is a member of Stibbe’s Real Estate group and Investment Management group. Johan is ranked as a Legal 500 'Next Generation Lawyer' for EMEA in the 2017 and 2018 editions.

Robert Steeg

Robert Steeg handles complex matters in the field of corporate lending, project finance and financial derivatives. Robert is ranked as rising star in IFLR100 2018.

Valérie van 't Lam

Valérie van 't Lam specialises in environmental law (including energy efficiency and Circulair Economy), supervision and enforcement. Valérie has written a preliminary recommendation on a section of the pending Environment and Planning Act ('Omgevingswet') and she is also an honorary assistant professor at Utrecht University.

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