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Bermudian law firm BeesMont has promoted two staff members to partners.

Sharon Beesley, director and CEO of the law firm, said that Allan Doughty and Stephanie Paiva Sanderson had proved “invaluable assets.”

She added: “We are really delighted to announce these appointments and congratulate them both.”

Mr Doughty joined the firm in 2014 and practises as a general civil litigator, arguing some of the leading cases in human rights, medical law and the Bermuda Constitution.

He is a graduate of Dalhousie University's law school and, after working in Canada for two years, returned home and was Called to the Bar in 2004.

Ms Paiva Sanderson, a former pupil barrister at the firm, joined BeesMont in 2010 and specialises in corporate law, advising clients in Bermuda and abroad.

She has a particular emphasis on investment funds, mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganisations and cross-border transactions, as well as tax law, compliance, corporate governance and regulation.

She is also the chairman of the Bermuda industry and government joint committee on the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act and the international Common Reporting Standard.

BeesMont Law employs eleven lawyers and a team of support staff.

Stephanie Paiva Sanderson
Allan Doughty

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Published June 07, 2017 at 9:00 am (Updated June 06, 2017 at 9:01 pm)

Promotions at law firm

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