The litigation and insolvency team at Maples and Calder recently welcomed two new attorneys to their Cayman Islands practice.
Gemma Newell, who holds a Master of Laws degree from University College Dublin, joined the firm in August from Arthur Cox.
Gemma previously worked on a wide variety of insolvency and general commercial litigation matters in Ireland including advising office-holders, shareholders and directors as well as dealing with security enforcement and restructuring proceedings.
Gemma was admitted as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands by Mr Justice Quin on 7 August.
Anna Perry joined Maples and Calder from Clifford Chance in London, where she was a member of the restructuring and insolvency group working on a broad range of contentious and non-contentious domestic and cross-border insolvency matters.
Anna holds a law degree from the University of Bristol and was admitted as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands on 9 September by Mr Justice Panton.
“Our group continues to go from strength to strength,” said Aristos Galatopoulos, partner and Global Head of the Litigation and Insolvency practice at Maples and Calder. “Gemma and Anna have had fantastic training and experience, gained at top firms, in areas that form a core part of our business and so we are delighted that they have joined our team.”
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