Chambers recognises Cox Hallett Wilkinson
Cox Hallett Wilkinson Ltd have been ranked in the 2020 edition of Chambers Global, a leading reference guide for law firms and lawyers, in both dispute resolution and corporate and finance. Additionally, four lawyers from CHW have achieved individual recognition from Chambers.
Ernest Morrison, managing director and the head of corporate, has been featured in Corporate&Finance and has been “highlighted by his peers for his great client following and deep expertise in Bermudian corporate mandates”.
Senior counsel David Kessaram has been featured in Band 1 for dispute resolution. Sources describe David as a “very reliable” and “efficient” with “significant experience and an enviable client roster, including trust companies, high net worth individuals and local government entities”.
Litigators Craig Rothwell, head of litigation, and Matthew Watson, senior associate, have also been featured in the dispute resolution rankings.
Mr Rothwell won high praise for his wealth of experience in employment, insurance and personal injury disputes and is described by clients as a “solution-orientated and effective advocate both in and out of court.”
In addition, Mr Watson has been named as an associate to watch by Chambers and has been noted for both his “very thoughtful understanding of the law” and “strategic approach to negotiation” in a wide variety of commercial disputes and contentious trust mandates.
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