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Carey Olsen’s Michael Hanson recognised in ABLJ Top 50

Michael Hanson, group managing partner at Carey Olsen (Photograph supplied)

Bermudian-based lawyer Michael Hanson of Carey Olsen has been recognised in Asia Business Law Journal's Top 50 Offshore Lawyers list for 2024.

Mr Hanson, Carey Olsen's group managing partner, is among six of the firm’s partners to be so recognised.

The firm said that the list identified outstanding offshore legal professionals based on extensive research conducted by ABLJ, with nominations made by in-house counsel and other business and legal professionals at a wide range of global companies and law firms across the world.

Mr Hanson’s core practice focuses on human capital and regulatory law, where he advises the largest banks, insurance and reinsurance companies, and professional services businesses on the island.

The firm said he had significant expertise in multi-jurisdictional crisis management, corporate, employment and regulatory investigations, complex executive disputes and executive benefit programmes.

The other partners recognised are Jeremy Lightfoot and Michael Padarin (Hong Kong SAR), Chris Griffin (Jersey), and Anthony McKenzie and James Noble TEP (Singapore).

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Published July 04, 2024 at 6:07 pm (Updated July 04, 2024 at 9:34 pm)

Carey Olsen’s Michael Hanson recognised in ABLJ Top 50

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