Nauta drops Rotterdam private client practice

Byrne, Matt
March 2005
Lawyer;3/14/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p5
Trade Publication
This article reports that Netherlands-based Nauta Dutilh is splitting with its Rotterdam-based private client team as the firm continues to pursue its corporate-focused strategy. The two-partner, five-fee-earner team will establish a new boutique, whose name will be announced later this year. The split has been described as entirely amicable, with Nauta committing to refer its private client work to the new boutique. The full firm will feature one of the two partners, Loes Gijbels, fellow partner Carla Smeets and assistants Wendy van der Stroom-Willemsen, Julia Veldkamp and Paul de Gier.


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