Mayesi Hammoud new partner at law firm OX & WOLF

WILLEMSTAD – Mayesi Hammoud has joined law firm OX & WOLF in Curaçao as a new partner on 1 September. Hammoud is a seasoned lawyer with a strong litigation focus, who is also praised for her contracting skills.
She primariliy assists clients with insurance, employment and maritime matters.
Hammoud about this step: “Client demands have changed. Clients want tailor-made solutions and concise advice within a short period of time at a reasonable rate. OX & WOLF embraces change and shows that high-quality legal work can be delivered in a cost-efficient manner. The partners of OX & WOLF always have direct contact with their clients and invest in long-term relationships with clients. This method very much appeals to me. I look forward to working with the other partners of OX & WOLF.”
Carine Jänsch, managing partner at OX & WOLF: “We have worked with Mayesi as colleagues in the past, so we know exactly how we can complement each other. Mayesi has a wealth of experience and knowledge. We are pleased that Mayesi is willing to share this with OX & WOLF and with our clients.”
Hammoud was born in Curaçao and has a law degree from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Her eighteen year track record in the legal field includes sixteen years as a lawyer in Curaçao. She also assists clients on the other islands of the Dutch Caribbean.
For more information visit te website or call Mayesi Hammoud at +599 9 6701999.

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