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New disputes resolution lawyer joins Appleby

The Bermuda office of international law firm Appleby has appointed associate lawyer Justin Lafferty to its dispute resolution team.

Mr Lafferty joins Appleby from Osler, Hoskin and Harcourt, a leading national firm in Canada where he gained experience in a range of complex commercial disputes and worked on several high-profile cases.

Appleby said his experience includes the civil and injunction litigation in support of a nationally controversial Canadian pipeline system, and more recently the post-trial and appeal in the largest damages award in Alberta history.

Mr Lafferty completed his Juris Doctor degree with distinction at the University of Saskatchewan, College of Law in 2016 where he received multiple scholarships, achieving top grades and awards in contract law, trusts and securities regulation, the firm said.

He then clerked at the Alberta Court of Appeal in Calgary.

Mr Lafferty was admitted to the Alberta Bar in February 2018.

He said: “I am beyond excited to be joining the talented team of internationally-recognised lawyers at Appleby and grateful for the opportunity to join the welcoming Bermuda community.”

John Wasty, head of Appleby Bermuda’s dispute resolution practice, said: “We are extremely pleased to welcome Justin to our growing team.

“His experience and knowledge have already proven to be great assets for the team. They add to the breadth and depth of our team’s expertise, particularly with the complexity and scope of the matters we advise on, as well as supporting our colleagues, and existing and new clients.”

Justin Lafferty: joins Appleby’s dispute resolution practice (Photograph supplied)

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Published April 19, 2022 at 7:53 am (Updated April 19, 2022 at 7:53 am)

New disputes resolution lawyer joins Appleby

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