Field Fisher Brussels welcomes partner from A&O while losing team to Stibbe

Field Fisher Waterhouse (FFW) is bolstering its Brussels office with the addition of an Allen & Overy (A&O) counsel as a five-lawyer team prepares to defect to Herbert Smith best friend Stibbe.

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