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New board appointment Stibbe Amsterdam as of January 1, 2016

New board appointment Stibbe Amsterdam as of January 1, 2016

New board appointment Stibbe Amsterdam as of January 1, 2016

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As of January 1, 2016, David Orobio de Castro will be appointed as a new board member of Stibbe Amsterdam, alongside managing partner Derk Lemstra and COO Marcel Abbringh.

Retiring board members Aaldert ten Veen (partner administrative law) and Astrid Helstone (partner employment and benefits) will continue their practices within Stibbe Amsterdam.

David Orobio de Castro has been working at Stibbe since 1995. As the head of the real estate practice, David specialises in projects, project finance, real estate and tenders. In addition, David is a widely published author and lecturer on European and national procurement regulations ("aanbestedingsrecht"). 

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