Michiel Gorsira rejoins VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne

Michiel Gorsira has rejoined VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne as per May 1 2008, after a 10 year stay in the Netherlands. Until 1997 he was a partner of VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne on Curacao. In the Netherlands Michiel Gorsira was a partner of Simmons & Simmons (previously named Trenité van Doorne), where he was head of the litigation department.

Michiel Gorsira was Secretary and President of the Curacao Bar Association, was member of the Editorial Staff of TAR Justicia and was member of the Disciplinary Board for Netherlands Antilles lawyers.

Michiel Gorsira’s areas of practice are corporate law, bankruptcy and (corporate) litigation.

Curacao, May 29, 2008


Curacao Immigration card goes fully digital

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Motion to transfer management law enforcement to The Hague

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Balie vestiging CuraƧao weer normaal geopend

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