Linklaters ramps up Dutch team with Nauta rainmaker

Westacott, Gemma; Byrne, Matt
September 2005
Lawyer;9/19/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 36, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that British law form Linklaters has continued its campaign to boost its Dutch practice by hiring Peter Goes from local market leader Nauta Dutilh in September 2005. Profile on Goes; Company's corporate capability in the Netherlands.


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