Conyers has welcomed back Bernadette Carey to the Cayman office.
Carey joins the litigation and private client teams as counsel. She has extensive expertise as a litigator, appearing regularly before the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands and advising on a number of cross-border insolvency and private client disputes in her previous role at the firm from 2008-2012.
“Demand for our litigation services continues to increase,” said Paul Smith, partner & head of litigation in the Cayman Islands. “Bernadette’s knowledge and skill-set will make great impact, allowing us to service a wider audience, and build on our reputation for first-rate advisory services across our litigation and private client teams”.
After returning to Australia and New Zealand in 2012, Bernadette advised clients on a variety of general commercial litigation cases, including contractual disputes, insolvency proceedings and assisted private client and high net worth individuals in relation to a variety of contentious and non-contentious matters including trust disputes.
Carey has written numerous articles on international developments in trusts law and has been recommended as a leading contentious trusts lawyer in previous global editions of The Legal 500. She is also a member of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners (STEP) and an International Fellow of the American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel.
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