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Corporate governance, you’d get sick and tired of it. Government organizations and businesses grab every opportunity, appropriate or not, to refer to principles of good corporate governance. Usually the goal is to prove that others are running their operations in the wrong way. Obviously, they themselves apply these principles correctly. What good corporate governance is really all about, however, often remains unclear. Corporate governance is a catch-all term that is applied to many different situations and is interpreted in many different ways.
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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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VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne in the news
Aubrich Bakhuis yesterday explained the Heads of Agreement that were negotiated with Guangdong Zhenrong Energy regarding the exploitation of the Isla refinery on Curaçao, at local radio station Paradise FM. The Chinese energy company will be leasing and operating the oil refinery as from 2019. Aubrich is attorney at law at VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne, and is a member of the multi-disciplinary project team that has been advising the government on the future of the refinery since 2013. You can listen to the clipping here (Dutch spoken).
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On Thursday 1 December 2016 VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne organizes the twelfth edition of the Day of the Supervisory Board. The theme of the day is risk management. Please click here for the invitation (in Dutch).

Read more...   With the first walk-in office hours on Wednesday 19 October, VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne has launched a new concept: Legal spot. A support program for startups, with free legal advice via monthly office hours. For this purpose, the firm started a cooperation with Workspot Curaçao. Workspot offers dynamic, inspiring and affordable workplaces to freelancers and starting entrepreneurs. At these office locations, startups can look for cooperation and learn from each other.
Read more...   On occasion of its 10th anniversary, the Lex Mundi Pro Bono Foundation has launched the #WhyProBono social media campaign. Lex Mundi and its member firms aim to raise the awareness of pro bono work, and to encourage volunteerism globally. VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne supports this cause by showing how our lawyers contribute to the local communities and the development of the islands on which we operate.
Read more...   On Wednesday 5 October 2016, VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne organized a seminar on the announced National Ordinance Optimization Governmental Entities. This ordinance concerns both the so-called state-owned corporations as well as foundations and associations financed with governmental funds. The seminar got an extra dimension, as the government postponed the presentation of this Ordinance to the Governor as a result of the national strike in Curaçao. Over 50 participants were informed on the consequences of the Ordinance for their organizations by Frank Kunneman and Tom Peeters, partners at VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne. Time was also reserved to share and discuss preferable and possible modifications to the Ordinance.
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