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Garrigues’ new Brussels office opens for business

02/16/2007

In line with its policy and efforts to provide the optimum and most efficient professional services, Garrigues has relocated its Brussels office to larger and more modern premises. Garrigues started operating out of Brussels in 1986, since then its business has steadily grown, as has the number of professionals in the team as a result.

 In line with its policy and efforts to provide the optimum and most efficient professional services, Garrigues has relocated its Brussels office to larger and more modern premises. Garrigues started operating out of Brussels in 1986, since when its business has steadily grown, as has the number of professionals in the team as a result.

At present, a team of practitioners under the charge of Garrigues partner José Luis Buendía works in Brussels, and Garrigues is currently the largest of the Spanish law firms present in the Belgian capital. The Firm’s aim is to bolster this position with suitable facilities from which it can provide an ever greater range of services to an ever higher standard.

The official opening ceremony for the new office took place on February 15, at 6:30 p.m., at the new premises located in Brussels’ European District (avenue d’Auderghem, 22-28 B-1040). Nadia Calviño, the Deputy Director-General of the Directorate-General for Competition, was present as was the Firm’s Chairman Antonio Garrigues, and the Managing Partners, José María Alonso and Miguel Gordillo.

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