PLC Quality ranking lawyers reconfirms status

Independent publisher Practical Law Company has published this month its 2012 PLC Which Lawyer ranking for the Dutch Caribbean (Curacao). Based upon independent research, law firms and individual lawyers are listed and ranked on quality.

PLC positioned VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne as market leader in both Corporate & Commercial and Dispute Resolution, the same as last year.

Highly recommended are, besides VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne, Spigthoff Attorneys at Law & Tax Advisers (highly recommended in both Corporate & Commercial and Dispute Resolution) and HBN Law (highly recommended in Corporate & Commercial and recommended in Dispute Resolution).

Other recommended firms are Soliana Bonapart & Aardenburg (recognized in Corporate & Commercial and recommended in Dispute Resolution), STvB (recommended in Corporate & Commercial), Asjes|Carrega (recognized in Corporate & Commercial) and SMS Attorneys at Law (recognized in Corporate & Commercial).

In total 15 individual lawyers where ranked, five of them partners at VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne. Spigthoff, HBN Law, Soliana Bonapart & Aardenburg, STvB each had two individual lawyers ranked and both Asjes|Carrega and SMS one lawyer per firm is recommended.

 

For the PLC 2011 Ranking see related article:

- PLC Recommendations for the Dutch Caribbean (Curacao)

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