Endstras Still After Moszkowicz

21st February 2007, Comments 0 comments

21 February 2007, AMSTERDAM — Willem Endstra’s heirs are continuing their complaint procedure against Bram Moszkowicz, although he is no longer active as Willem Holleeder’s attorney. They say they doubt that Moszkowicz has stopped assisting Holleeder, De Volkskrant writes.

21 February 2007

AMSTERDAM — Willem Endstra’s heirs are continuing their complaint procedure against Bram Moszkowicz, although he is no longer active as Willem Holleeder’s attorney. They say they doubt that Moszkowicz has stopped assisting Holleeder, De Volkskrant writes.

Hans Koets, the lawyer for the Endstra family said, “Moszkowicz has confirmed that he would “provide the necessary advice” to Holleeder’s new attorney Kuijpers. We do not want Holleeder’s defence to be controlled from Moszkowicz’s office, with Kuijpers as his puppet. This is why we are not withdrawing our complaint against Moszkowicz.”

Kuijpers commented that Moszkowicz would simply inform him about what has happened so far and what the details of the case are, but would play no role after Kuijpers takes over. “Nor does he want to”, Kuijpers said.

The Endstra family has criticised Moszkowicz for having stayed on as Holleeder’s attorney after it became known that Holleeder had blackmailed Endstra, a former client of Moszkowicz.

Moszkowicz said on Monday that he had neither damaged Endstra’s interests nor betrayed his secrets.

[Copyright Expatica News + ANP 2007]

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