Bram van de Kam and David Bos admitted as partners

Article added on 2 March 2021

Bram en David LI

As of 1 March 2021, Bram van de Kam and David Bos will join KienhuisHoving lawyers and civil-law notaries as partners.

Bram (1973) is admitted with the Dutch Bar since 1997 and has a focus on construction and real estate law.. After completing his law studies at the University of Utrecht, he started at Nysingh attorneys and civil-law notaries and subsequently worked in the international practice of Van Eps Kunneman Van Doorne on Curaçao for a number of years. Upon returning to the Netherlands, he headed the construction practice at Benthem Gratama advocaten. During the recent period, Bram worked as lawyer / general counsel at Koninklijke VolkerWessels B.V.

Bram: “I look forward to the challenge of building and expanding the new office in Utrecht of KienhuisHoving. I am confident that we already have such a great team of lawyers and civil-law notaries in Utrecht. It motivates me to help companies and parties to do business successfully in and contribute to the rapidly changing world. The client always comes at the first place!”

David (1975) contributes more than 20 years of experience as a lawyer and bankruptcy trustee at law firm CMS in Utrecht. For example, David advises and litigates on bankruptcies, financing arrangements, securities, seizure, directors ' liability,  leasing, contract  law (performance, breach of contract, default, , damages). David is regularly appointed by the District Court as bankruptcy trustee: for example in the Cool Cat bankruptcy (2019). Clients can also contact David for matters concerning a creditors' agreement (WHOA).

David: “Utrecht is one of the growth regions in the Netherlands. A beautiful city to continue my practice as a lawyer and bankruptcy trustee. KienhuisHoving has a long standing history. Businesses are looking for legal assistance in all essential areas of law. I look forward to assist clients and relations of KienhuisHoving through a creative and practical approach and offer realistic solutions to complex questions and disputes.”

KienhuisHoving is very pleased to welcome Bram and David.

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