MJM real estate team ranked Tier 1
The real estate team at law firm MJM Limited has been ranked Tier 1 in Bermuda by The Legal 500.
In addition, Denis de Frias, the director responsible for the real estate practice, is listed as a leading individual in Bermuda.
MJM has been recognised by The Legal 500 as a leading law firm for many years. In the latest rankings it reports MJM’s team is “very knowledgeable and the advice provided is detailed, thorough and spot-on in appropriateness”.
The real estate team deals with a variety of residential and commercial matters from property acquisitions and sales, to mortgages and property transactions. It also advises on recreational properties, resorts, and industrial real estate, as well as hotels, offices, and retail properties.
The team draws on the expertise of the firm’s dispute resolution, regulatory, corporate and finance teams.
The Legal 500 is a book that features an extensive, in-depth survey of the legal market. For 29 years it has analysed the capabilities of law firms across the world, with a comprehensive research programme revised and updated every year to bring the most up-to-date vision of the global legal market. The Legal 500 assesses the strengths of law firms in over 100 jurisdictions, the results of which can be viewed free of charge using the “rankings” tab at the top of the webpage.
The research is based on feedback from 300,000 clients worldwide, submissions from law firms and interviews with leading private practice lawyers, and a team of researchers.
The Legal 500 website is www.legal500.com
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