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Stibbe élu « Law Firm of the Year 2018 » en Belgique et aux Pays-Bas aux Chambers Europe Awards 2018

Stibbe named Belgium and Netherlands Law Firm of the Year 2018 at Cha

Stibbe élu « Law Firm of the Year 2018 » en Belgique et aux Pays-Bas aux Chambers Europe Awards 2018

23.04.2018 NL law

Lors de la cérémonie des Chambers Europe Awards 2018, qui s’est déroulée le vendredi 20 avril à Madrid, le cabinet d’avocats Stibbe, basé au Benelux, a été élu « Belgian Law Firm of the Year » et « Netherlands Law Firm of the Year ».

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Cette distinction met en exergue non seulement la qualité de cabinets nationaux et internationaux en Europe, mais également l’excellence des prestations accomplies pendant l’année écoulée, parmi lesquelles un travail remarquable, une croissance stratégique notable ou encore une prestation de services de haut niveau.

Derk Lemstra, Managing Partner de Stibbe Amsterdam, déclare : « Nous sommes ravis et extrêmement fiers d’avoir remporté le titre de « Law Firm of the Year », aussi bien pour les Pays-Bas que pour la Belgique. Nous aimerions remercier Chambers & Partners pour cette formidable distinction, qui s’appuie sur leur sondage approfondi mené auprès de nos clients et de nos pairs. Nous mettons un point d’honneur à toujours offrir des services juridiques de qualité supérieure à nos clients et à dépasser leurs attentes. Cette récompense est donc une marque de reconnaissance de leur part et nous ne pouvons que les en remercier. »

Jan Peeters, Managing Partner de Stibbe Bruxelles : « Nous sommes honorés de la reconnaissance dont nous témoigne Chambers. Nous remercions nos clients pour leur confiance sans faille dans notre cabinet et leur feed-back positif concernant notre travail. Nos remerciements vont également à l’ensemble des collaborateurs de Stibbe, qui sont sans cesse à pied d’œuvre pour fournir des services de qualité à nos clients et qui s’engagent toujours à donner le meilleur d’eux-mêmes. Cette distinction est très importante pour nous et nous motive d’autant plus à poursuivre notre ambition de nous positionner en tant que cabinet d’avocats de référence en Belgique. »

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