Maples and Calder expands Cayman litigation and insolvency expertise


Law firm Maples and Calder has added Mungo Lowe to its litigation and insolvency team covering the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and Cayman Islands.

Lowe, who is currently a senior attorney, joins Maples and Calder from Harneys, where he practised for four years.

Before that, Lowe spent eight years at the Bar in England.

Lowe advises on corporate, commercial and trusts litigation, and has regularly appeared as advocate in the courts of the BVI.

As a fellow of INSOL International, Mungo has particular expertise in cross border insolvency and restructuring.

Lowe offers the firm's clients access to BVI and Cayman litigation and insolvency advice.

"We are delighted to welcome Mungo to the firm. His first-hand experience of the Caribbean litigation and insolvency landscape will help broaden the offering of our London office," said Aristos Galatopoulos, global head of the firm's litigation and insolvency practice.

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