Getting the Deal Through – Private M&A 2021: The Benelux chapters

Getting the Deal Through – Private M&A 2021: The Benelux chapters

Getting the Deal Through – Private M&A 2021: The Benelux chapters

23.10.2020 NL law

Getting The Deal Through works with many of the best lawyers and law firms in the world to bring together a unique legal information resource, written by experts on each subject area, in every significant jurisdiction. This review is focused on global questions with local answers.

​A team of Stibbe lawyers authored the Benelux sections of the private M&A chapters of Getting The Deal Through, which can be found here.​

The Dutch chapter was written by Hans Witteveen en Jeroen Tjaden, the Belgian one by Dries Hommez and Florent Volckaert, and the Luxembourgish one by Bernard Beerens, Claire-Marie Darnand and Michaël Meylan. 

Click here ​to read the other contributions that Stibbe has published in Getting The Deal Through.

Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. Getting the Deal Through: Private M&A 2021, (published in October 2020; contributing editors: Will Pearce and John Bick, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP).

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