I feel that nowadays we pretty much live in a world turned upside down. An upside down world is the opposite of what is normal and logical. But what is normal and logical? According to anthropologists this varies greatly between cultures. In some cultures it’s normal to spit and burp in public. In other cultures that’s abnormal. Telling someone “just act normal!” therefore isn’t really helpful. What is the normal world and what is the one that is turned upside down?

The leading Dutch Caribbean law firm

VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne is the leading Dutch Caribbean law firm and has been operating on the highest level of the legal market, providing business focused solutions for 75 years now. We are the largest law firm in the Caribbean part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the combination of international and local expertise makes us unique. We have offices in Curacao, Aruba, Bonaire, and St. Maarten, also servicing St. Eustatius and Saba, and a Dutch Caribbean Desk in Amsterdam. We serve the country of Surinam directly with respect to corporate and finance matters, in close cooperation with a reputable local firm.

Our outstanding reputation and knowledge level are internationally acknowledged. As a member of Lex Mundi's  renowned worldwide network of independent lawyers and an associate of Van Doorne in Amsterdam we serve a worldwide clientele. At the same time our office is deeply rooted in the local island communities in which we operate.

The firm's lawyers have a well established reputation for expertise on acquisitions and in corporate litigation and dispute resolution, in insolvency matters both acting for lenders and as receiver/trustee, in maritime and transport law, intellectual property, employment issues, telecommunications and banking and finance.

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Chambers & Partners has published its annual worldwide rankings for 2017 on Thursday 16 March. In Chambers Global 2017, VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne is the only law firm to be ranked in Band 1 for the Dutch Caribbean jurisdictions. VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne is also the only firm that has been ranked in a new category for law firms based abroad that are active in Suriname. Read more...   On Friday 3 March, VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne organized the second edition oft the Day of the Supervisory Board in Aruba. During this day the more than sixty participants were brought up to speed on risk management. This is a topic that is increasingly gaining attention within corporate governance. However, it often remains unclear what risk management exactly is and what the responsibilities of the directors and supervisory board members in this area are. The objective of the second edition of the Day of the Supervisory Board in Aruba was to change that. Read more...   In September 2015 the government of Aruba awarded the concession for the PPP Watty Vos Boulevard project to Mota-Engil. It marked the start of the tender procedure's Financial Close phase. This phase was completed successfully on Thursday 23 February. From the time that the tender was granted up to the closing of the so-called Design Build Finance Maintenance contract and the associated financing, Mota-Engil was assisted by a team of lawyers from VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne. Read more...   Following his successful seminar last year, law firm VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne invited prof. Stefan Sagel once more to bring lawyers and clients up to date on a number of current employment law issues. On Thursday 3 March he was welcomed by the employment team of VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne at the Curaçao office. Via the firm's video conference system the seminar could be attended in Aruba, Bonaire and St. Maarten as well. Read more...   On Thursday 16 February, law firm VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne played host to twenty-three students of the civil law student association Diephuis from Groningen. They visited the Curaçao office of the firm as part of a study trip to the island. During this trip, which includes visits to the court and several law firms, the students get acquainted with the island and the legal profession in the Dutch Caribbean. Read more...
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