Chambers recognises 16 Appleby lawyers

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Bermuda legal firm Appleby has had 16 of its lawyers recognised by a leading professional publication.

Chambers Global Guide, a top research tool for lawyers, also top-ranked the firm’s Bermuda insurance and dispute resolution teams.

The 16 — the highest number ranked of any Island law firm — work in insurance, dispute resolution and corporate and finance practice areas.

And Appleby partners Brad Adderley and Alan Bossin were the only two Bermuda lawyers ranked in Band 1 for insurance.

Tim Faries, head of the firm’s insurance team globally and in Bermuda, said: “Chambers is a respected legal researcher and guide, which serves as further validation of our team’s deep expertise and first-class service.

“We continue to be extremely pleased with our first-rate performance in the Chambers rankings for insurance, maintaining our Band 1 position for many years and reinforcing the level of expertise and service that Bermuda provides in its role as a leading global insurance and reinsurance centre.”

Appleby head of Bermuda dispute resolution Kiernan Bell said: “Our team is comprised of highly-skilled and knowledgeable individuals with an unwavering commitment to our clients, which we feel is clearly reflected in Chambers’ research for its rankings.”

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Published Mar 17, 2015 at 8:00 am (Updated Mar 16, 2015 at 8:01 pm)

Chambers recognises 16 Appleby lawyers

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