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Loyens & Loeff advised Highbrook Investers

Loyens & Loeff advised Highbrook Investors on the disposal of the office building located at the Prinses Irenestraat 59 in Amsterdam consisting of 14,000 sq. m to Nuveen Real Estate, by way of a share transaction.

Important decision of the ECJ concerning seconded employees: ability to revoke the E101/ A1 certificate issued by another member state


A last-minute reprieve: continued EU market access for Swiss exchanges

Loyens & Loeff advised Union Investment

Loyens & Loeff advised Union Investment on the acquisition of the new build distribution centre in Ridderkerk consisting of 33,500 sq. m. read more
Excellent results Loyens & Loeff in Chambers Global 2019 rankings

Joris van de Bunt appointed as assigned civil law notary

Joris van de Bunt has been sworn in as assigned civil law notary in the records of Jurriaan van der Stok read more

Loyens & Loeff advised Certitudo Capital

Loyens & Loeff advised Certitudo Capital acquires the shopping malls Binnenhof and Entrepotgebouw in Rotterdam. read more