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Appleby praised in Chambers guide

Appleby said yesterday it has been “recognised as the only top tier firm represented in the insurance section covering the Bermuda market”, in the latest Chambers Global 2012 Guide.

In addition, seven Appleby lawyers across the Bermuda insurance team have been acknowledged as leading individuals in their field.

Chambers Global rankings are determined from interviews with clients and lawyers worldwide. The results are audited independently and are based on a range of professional qualities most valued by clients.

Chambers cited Appleby’s deep bench and solid client service, with particular strength on the increasingly important regulatory side. Sources said “in my experience, this is the best Bermuda law firm, especially in insurance and reinsurance, because, most importantly, they are very responsive.”

Appleby insurance lawyers recognised in the Chambers Global 2012 Guide include Timothy Faries, Brad Adderley, David Lines, Janita Burke, Alan Bossin, John Wasty and Joelina Redden.

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Published March 29, 2012 at 2:00 am (Updated March 29, 2012 at 9:23 am)

Appleby praised in Chambers guide

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