Sedgwick Chudleigh names new Bermuda partner

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  • New partner: Nick Miles of Sedgwick Chudleigh

    New partner: Nick Miles of Sedgwick Chudleigh


Legal firm Sedgwick Chudleigh has appointed a new partner.

Nick Miles, who joined the firm in 2010, joins Mark Chudleigh and Alex Potts as a partner.

Mr Chudleigh said: “It is with great pleasure that we ring in 2017 by growing our partner team.

“Nick is an extraordinary attorney and we look forward to his expanded leadership and legal expertise helping us exceed our goals for this new year.

“Nick not only contributes to our legal practice but also provides the firm’s non-contentious corporate and commercial offering.”

Mr Miles practice includes insurance and reinsurance, insolvency and restructuring, dispute resolution and banking and finance.

He has won a number of accolades for his work, including a listing as “leading practitioner” in Who’s Who Legal: Insurance and Reinsurance 2016.

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Published Jan 10, 2017 at 8:00 am (Updated Jan 10, 2017 at 12:41 am)

Sedgwick Chudleigh names new Bermuda partner

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