Michel Kock partner at Kloes & Partners

ORANJESTAD - Michel Kock, who joined the law firm Kloes & Partners on 1 April 2012, recently became partner at this firm. Kloes & Partners will change the company name to Kloes Kock & Partners, which expresses Michel's commitment to the firm and the trust vested in him.

Michel Kock runs a successful civil practice and is active in the areas of contract law, employment law, corporate law, construction law, insurance law, trademark law and litigation. He often functions as a trusted legal advisor to companies and their management.

Michel Kock holds a law degree from the University of Leiden and was admitted to the Court of Appeals of the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba in 2001. He has been practicing law ever since, initially in Curacao (at law firm HBN Law Curacao) and as of 2004 in Aruba (at HBN Law Aruba).

"Michel is committed to providing our clients with personalized service while helping them navigate through te maze of corporate and commercial law. He has enabled us to further strengthen our expertise in a wide range of areas" says Winfried Kloes, founder and senior partner at Kloes & Partners.

Kloes & Partners represents and advises local and international clients in matters that cross an array of areas of law and industries, such as banking & finnance, bankruptcy, commercial, contract, corporate & securities, employment, insurance & liability, intellectual property, administrative law, litigation, real estate and construction. The company is also active in the areas of collection, trademark registration and aircraft registration.

 

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