Van Dort Law welcomes new attorney and provides free legal advice for St. Maarten

WILLEMSTAD - VanDort Law, established about a year ago, adds a new lawyer to its staff with attorney at law Nanne Holtrop. Nanne will mainly focus on insurance and liability law, corporate law, competition law and Corporate Governance.
 
He brings a broad base of experience and skills in these areas. Nanne is very much appreciated by his clients for his direct and practical advices that exceed the expectation of the client.
 
Nanne Holtrop studied at the Vrije Universteit in Amsterdam and graduated in European law and Dutch law. He started working as an attorney at law with one of the largest law firms in the Netherlands before deciding to return to the island where he grew up. Nanne joined a large local law firm in Curacao. Subsequently, he worked with an internationally renowned company for loss adjusting and claim management. Thereafter, Nanne worked with the Central Bank of Curacao and Sint Maarten, where he, among other things, was tasked with setting up a secretariat for its Supervisory Board.
 
Free legal advice for people and businesses from St. Maarten
Currently, VanDort Law has formed a group of specialists (lawyers and loss adjusters). These professionals dedicate their time and knowledge free of charge, for people and businesses on Sint Maarten that were affected by hurricane Irma.
 
Peter van Dort states: “Among other things, we are helping several local businesses by reviewing their insurance policies and conditions and by providing them advice on how to handle their specific insurance claims, free of charge.” VanDort Law encourages other people or businesses affected by hurricane Irma and that require legal help to contact them as well. In addition to insurance issues, the firm also helps in other related legal matters, such as real estate issues or labor issues.
 

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