We know our way around in the local markets and communities across the Caribbean region. In multijurisdictional matters, we rely on the global network of independent law firms of Lex Mundi.

Global reach

Lex Mundi

As a member firm of Lex Mundi, we can provide our clients with preferred access to reliable legal advice and superior client service in 100 countries – all from a single point of contact. Individually, each member firm is a leader in its jurisdiction. Collectively, Lex Mundi firms provide global legal resources with unmatched depth and breadth. Working with other Lex Mundi firms, we are able to seamlessly handle our clients’ most challenging cross-border transactions and disputes. Explore the Lex Mundi global law firm network by firm name, by location or by region in the 2019 Lex Mundi Directory of Members.

Guides to Doing Business

One of the solutions that Lex Mundi offers, are the Guides to Doing Business for each of the jurisdiction in which Lex Mundi has a representative member firm.  These are free accessible online legal resources that point you to essential (legal) issues to take into account when doing business in these countries, and offer practical information on the legal systems and key laws. Including topics like corporate structures, employment, immigration, real estate, intellectual property and tax, they provide a basic guideline for doing business in the specific jurisdiction you need.

VanEps Kunneman VanDoorne has provided the Guides to Doing Business for the Caribbean countries that are or were part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. As such, there are seven Guides to Doing Business: Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, St. Maarten, Saba, St. Eustatius and Suriname. You can access these guides via a separate website: www.doingbusinessdutchcaribbean.com.