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DLA Piper loses Spanish property boss

DLA Piper has lost its Spanish real estate head, after Javier Ibanez decided to quit the firm and consider other business opportunities. Ibanez said: “The reason for the move is that I’m trying to find other types of work. I’ll work in the real estate sector and I have my own business. I will take […]

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