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Van Doorne appoints two new partners

December 2007

On 1 January 2008, Marg Janssen and Marc Marcusse will be appointed partner at Van Doorne.

Onno Boerstra (managing partner): 'We are delighted by these new partner appointments, that emphasizes the strong position of our Health Care Group and Property Practice.'

Marg Janssen (1969) has been working at Van Doorne since 1999. Before, she worked for the Health Care Insurance Board (now named 'College voor Zorgverzekeringen'). In our Public Law Practice, her focus is on health and education law. Marg represents health care institutions and professionals on fee-related issues and subsidies and advises on a broad range of other health law-related issues. She also advises on inter-institutional collaboration and mergers between health care institutions.

Marc Marcusse (1972) has been working at Van Doorne since 2004. Before, he worked at De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek. Marc is broadly experienced in commercial real estate. He worked together with large real estate developers and institutional investors for many years. He was also involved in large and complex projects. Marc's forte is in the transfer of real estate, drafting deeds of division of property and the creation of mortgages, building/planting rights, easements and other restricted rights.

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