Appleby adds two Bermudian associates
Law firm Appleby has added two Bermudian associates to its dispute resolution team with the hiring of Sam Riihiluoma and Jordan Knight.
Mr Riihiluoma has practised for more than four years in Bermuda. He has experience across the spectrum of commercial law with a particular focus on insolvency and restructuring, trusts and estates and contractual disputes, the firm said.
He advises on cross-border matters as well as local disputes, and appears regularly before Bermuda’s Supreme Court and tribunals, the firm said.
Mr Knight was Called to the Bermuda Bar in 2016, and has particular experience in public law and employment matters. He has represented clients in the Supreme Court in a variety of commercial disputes including in commercial contract, mortgage enforcement, probate and estate, and property, the firm said. He is a member of the Medical Practice Conduct Board and the Bermuda Nursing Council.
John Wasty, group head of dispute resolution and insolvency in Bermuda said: “We are thrilled that two excellent young Bermudian lawyers have joined our growing and highly experienced team. In welcoming Sam and Jordan we add further depth to meet the ever-increasing needs of our clients.
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