A new cooperation between Law Firms established

WILLEMSTAD - A new cooperation between Law Firms has been established. Legally Connected is the trade name of a multi-disciplinary consortium between three independent law firms joining forces to work together on certain projects and to share knowledge while maximizing responsiveness and efficiency for their clients.
 
Legally Connected is a collaboration between: GKD Advocaten & Mediators, Da Costa Gomez Legal and Justa and offers a wide range of legal services in the following legal areas of expertise: Aviation Law, Bankruptcy Law, Commercial and Corporate Law, Contract Law, Intellectual Property Law, Labour and Employment Law, Family Law, Tenancy Law.
 
While the advantages of the collaboration entail among others sharing knowledge and experience and a more extensive presence in the market, it also entails sharper fees and a larger offer of multi-disciplinary legal services for their clients.
 
Legally Connected came into existence from the idea that connected is better than separate, cooperation more rewarding than competition, and whole more beneficial than fragmented.
 
Photo from left to right: Phyllis van den Hout (Justa), Giolina Daal (GKD Advocaten & Mediators) and Lizaima Da Costa Gomez (Da Costa Gomez Legal)
 
 

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