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Luthi elected Conyers chairman

Law firm Conyers Dill & Pearman is pleased to announce that Christian Luthi has been elected as chairman of the firm with immediate effect. He will succeed Narinder Hargun and David Lamb who have been co-chairmen since 2012.

Mr Luthi joined Conyers's Bermuda office in 1994 and has an active commercial practice, including high-profile international disputes. He has appeared in numerous matters before the Bermuda courts.

“Narinder and David have been invaluable leaders during their term, providing guidance and ensuring continuity as business and markets have changed,” Mr Luthi said.

“I look forward to making a positive impact on service to our clients and for our people at the firm, as well as working with the board and management to strengthen our position as a leading international law firm.”

Mr Hargun, director and head of litigation and restructuring, Bermuda office, described Mr Luthi as “a natural leader” who has “the respect of the firm and the community at large”.

Mr Lamb is a partner in Conyers' Hong Kong office.

Lead role: Christian Luthi is the new chairman of Conyers

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Published November 21, 2017 at 10:37 am (Updated November 21, 2017 at 11:49 pm)

Luthi elected Conyers chairman

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