Ogier announced today the appointment of three new partners to the global Litigation team from 1 February 2013. The appointments reflect Ogier's continued expansion and confidence in the future growth and development of its Litigation business. The appointments mean that Ogier are making six people up to partner from 1 February 2013. These appointments not only strengthen Ogier's global Litigation practice but also make the firm a 54 partner strong, multi jurisdictional team.
The new Litigation partners are Mathew Newman who is based in the Guernsey law firm, Rachael Reynolds who works for the Cayman legal practice and Nick Williams who is based in the Jersey law firm.
The three appointments announced in October last year are Katrina Edge and Victoria Yates who work within the Business and Trust Law Group in Jersey and Paul Lawrence who leads Ogier Fiduciary Services' Real Estate business.
Nick Kershaw, Ogier Group Chief Executive Officer said "I am delighted to announce these new appointments within the legal practice which are testament to the continued strength and success of our business and our desire to continue to expand in each of our jurisdictions."