Mourant Ozannes expands its Cayman litigation team with five hires


Law firm Mourant Ozannes has extended its Cayman office by appointing Mark Griffiths as its counsel.

In addition Rupert Hamilton, Zachary Hoskins and Nicosia Lawson have joined the firm as associates, along with paralegal Suk Kaur.

Griffiths has extensive experience in large cross-border insolvency litigation mandates, particularly fund-related claims and fraud.

Prior to joining, he was senior counsel in the London office of Proskauer Rose, and started his career working for Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.

Mourant Ozannes said that its Cayman Islands litigation practice lawyers have leading roles in many of the most significant cases in the Grand Cayman courts.

“In recent years our litigation practice in the Cayman Islands has continued to grow and is now one of the largest in Cayman,” said Simon Dickson, partner at Mourant Ozannes.

“We continue to lead the way acting as Cayman Counsel on the most high profile and complex cases. This continued expansion of our team, underpinned by our unparalleled global litigation resource across our offices worldwide, means that we are at the forefront of litigation developments and can continue to provide the highly responsive, top quality client service that we are known for.

"We are committed to this growth of our Cayman Islands service offering and are pleased to welcome Mark, Rupert, Nicosia, Zachary and Suk to the team."

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