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    Van Doorne appoints 4 new partners and counsels

    Van Doorne appoints tax specialist Sjoerd Stokmans and Steffen Alleman (M&A) as partners. Maarten Appels (corporate law notary) and Cees Jan de Boer (European and competition law) have been appointed as counsel.
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    Payment industry ecosystem is increasingly looking for cooperation; and this will continue for the time being

    Anyone following the news about the payment industry will have seen a large number of mergers and acquisitions in recent years. Not surprisingly, if we look at the challenges that companies face. "Stay innovative" is the motto of FinTech specialist Arno Voerman, partner at Van Doorne.
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    Cara Pronk writes Dutch section of Equal Gender Pay booklet

    Lawyer Cara Pronk cwrote the Dutch section of the World Services Group booklet "Equal Gender Pay". Together with lawyers from offices in 19 other European countries, they bring figures and trends and tell what the regulations look like on equal pay in the different countries. 
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    Elisabeth Thole nominated for Legal Woman of the Year 2019

    Legal Women, the platform for Dutch female lawyers, has nominated Elisabeth Thole for Legal Woman of the Year 2019. Elisabeth is a partner at Van Doorne and a specialist in the field of privacy legislation. In addition to further expanding her practice at Van Doorne, Elisabeth participates in various non-commercial activities to contribute to the further development of privacy law. You can vote for Elisabeth here.
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    Payment activities of Big Tech under scrutiny

    The Dutch competition authority, the Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM), has launched a market study into the activities of Big Tech (Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon) on the Dutch payments market. Also the activities of Chinese Big Tech, such as Tencent and Alibaba, will be part of the study. ACM announced this on 22 October.  
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