Robinson becomes RAB commissioner
A veteran lawyer is to become a commissioner of the Island’s telecommunications watchdog.
Kenneth Robinson has joined the Regulatory Authority of Bermuda (RAB).
RAB chairman Carl Musson said: “We believe he will be an excellent addition to our small group and we look forward to working with him.”
Mr Robinson, who has been a lawyer since the 1970s, retired as a partner in the former Appleby, Spurling & Kempe, now Appleby, in 2005.
But he remained senior counsel and later a consultant to the firm.
He was also a legal consultant to the-then Business Development Unit of Government between 2011-12, which involved him in a wide range of legislative reforms to the commercial sector.
A specialist in corporate and commercial law, Mr Robinson has also served on various public boards and tribunals, including the Land Valuation Appeals Tribunal and the Bermuda Housing Corporation.
He is a serving member of the Tax Appeals Tribunal.