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Bermuda office of law firm Kennedys is on the move

Office relocation: Mark Chudleigh, managing partner in Bermuda (File photograph)

The Bermuda office of law firm Kennedys has relocated to accommodate the firm’s growth.

The Bermuda team, which has been operating on the island since 2006, became part of Kennedys in 2017.

The team has expanded to ten lawyers, including four partners, and has moved to new offices on the third floor of the Maxwell Roberts Building on Church Street in Hamilton.

Mark Chudleigh, the firm’s managing partner in Bermuda, said: “We’re thrilled to transition into this larger space, which not only accommodates our growing team but also ensures we are better located to serve our clients.”

The firm said the office advises clients on some of the largest and most complex legal issues facing insurers, reinsurers, banks, investment funds, trustees, unregulated companies, shareholders and financial services and professional service providers.

Its key practice areas are insurance and reinsurance, commercial litigation, corporate and finance.

Kennedys Law LLP is a global law firm specialising in litigation and dispute resolution that has more than 2,500 staff worldwide in 45 offices.

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Published April 03, 2024 at 3:03 pm (Updated April 03, 2024 at 8:41 pm)

Bermuda office of law firm Kennedys is on the move

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