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New post: Sam Riihiluoma, partner at Appleby (Photograph supplied)

Three lawyers have been promoted in the Bermuda office of international law firm Appleby.

Sam Riihiluoma becomes a partner, while James Batten and Jordan Knight become counsel.

All work in the firm’s dispute resolution department.

They are among nine senior promotions across Appleby’s Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Isle of Man and Jersey offices.

Appleby group managing partner Malcolm Moller said: “We are committed to recognising, developing and rewarding talent across all of our jurisdictions and I am delighted to extend congratulations to these nine individuals for their well-earned promotions.

“All of them are highly respected within their respective practice areas and have made substantial contributions to the firm and our clients.”

Where relevant, the promotions are subject to local immigration and work permit approvals, the firm said.

James Batten, counsel at Appleby (Photograph supplied)
Jordan Knight, counsel at Appleby (Photograph supplied)
Appleby group managing partner Malcolm Moller (File photograph)

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Published April 02, 2024 at 3:06 pm (Updated April 02, 2024 at 9:21 pm)

Three lawyers promoted in Bermuda office of Appleby

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