Law firm Mourant Ozannes has made five new appointments in its Cayman Islands office in a move that reinforces the firm’s litigation client offering.
Contentious insolvency specialist Mark Griffiths has joined the firm as counsel. He has extensive experience in large cross-border insolvency litigation mandates, in particular fund-related claims and fraud.
Mourant Ozannes also welcomes associates Rupert Hamilton, Zachary Hoskins and Caymanian Nicosia Lawson, and paralegal Suk Kaur, all of whom joined the practice this year.
Lawyers in Mourant Ozannes’s Cayman Islands litigation practice, which is ranked in tier 1 by Legal 500, have leading roles in many of the most significant cases in the Grand Cayman courts, including the Madoff feeder fund Herald and Primeo liquidations, and the Ahmad Hamad Algosaibi & Brothers Company US$6 billion fraud claim against Maan Al Sanea and the Saad Group of companies.
News Source: Cayman Compass