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General Business Law — Anguilla


Sagis Attorneys At Law - General Business Law Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Sagis Attorneys At Law is a new force in this market, the majority of its team having previously practised at the former firm of Keithley Lake & Associates. Several members of the team have significant experience practising abroad, lending a considerable international perspective to its advice. Its work covers a wide spectrum of business-related law, including banking and finance, real estate and IP mandates, as well as the full gamut of litigation and ADR.

Merline Barrett has particular expertise on real estate financing and development mandates. She maintains an impressive profile within the jurisdiction, with sources viewing her as a "top-notch lawyer" who brings a "very measured approach" to high-stakes transactions. She receives praise for her assured grasp of business strategy. In addition to real estate matters, Barrett advises on financial transactions more broadly, as well as insurance and trusts and estates issues.

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WEBSTER - General Business Law Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

WEBSTER is well established in the jurisdiction, with an enviable track record of involvement in some of Anguilla's largest and most significant transactions. The highly experienced team offers core expertise in corporate and finance, real estate, IP and commercial litigation, but is also well placed to advise on a broad range of other specialist areas. The firm is regularly called upon to act as local counsel to a number of well-known international firms, and its impressive list of end-user clients includes several major investment banks. In addition to the firm's work for corporations and financial institutions, another major strand of the practice sees the team provide trust and estate planning guidance to a number of prominent high net worth individuals.

Managing partner Pam Webster is a highly respected figure in Anguilla, with sources acknowledging her "good reputation," and referring to her as a lawyer who "gives good advice." Alongside her legal practice she also maintains a political career, being the current leader of the opposition in Anguilla's House of Assembly.

Head of litigation Gerhard Wallbank commands great respect among interviewees. One commentator observed: "He is simply a class act - he's very, very bright and definitely a go-to guy for heavyweight insolvency litigation." Other sources describe him as "truly a pleasure to work with" and highlight his "deeply impressive judgement."

Harry Wiggin possesses several decades' experience in cross-border tax and estate planning issues. Interviewees note his "clear, frank and direct advice" and describe him as "responsive and efficient." Wiggin has particular expertise relating to private client issues and is currently a consultant within the firm.

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We are a widely respected Anguilla and St Kitts & Nevis practice with international clients. We put a high premium on integrity and invest in our client relationships and focus on creating value for our clients. We advise on every aspect of business law, including acquisitions and disposals, joint ventures, demergers, restructurings, corporate governance, compliance and cross border transactions. We also have expertise in finance, capital markets, litigation, tax, pensions, employment and real estate law.

With our legal expertise, and local market knowledge we provide clients with advice on all forms of commercial contracts, providing valuable insights and informed advice to our clients.

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Eminent Practitioner

WEBSTER

From the Chambers Global guide

Managing partner Pam Webster is a highly respected figure in Anguilla, with sources acknowledging her "good reputation," and referring to her as a lawyer who "gives good advice." Alongside her legal practice she also maintains a political career, being the current leader of the opposition in Anguilla's House of Assembly.

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Ravi Bahadursingh

Chancery Lane Chambers, Anguilla

From the Chambers Global guide

Market commentators acknowledge Ravi Bahadursingh of Chancery Lane Chambers, Anguilla as a forceful advocate with considerable experience representing clients in major commercial disputes. His broad-ranging expertise encompasses significant Anguilla insolvency cases.

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Merline M. Barrett

Sagis Attorneys At Law

From the Chambers Global guide

Merline Barrett has particular expertise on real estate financing and development mandates. She maintains an impressive profile within the jurisdiction, with sources viewing her as a "top-notch lawyer" who brings a "very measured approach" to high-stakes transactions. She receives praise for her assured grasp of business strategy. In addition to real estate matters, Barrett advises on financial transactions more broadly, as well as insurance and trusts and estates issues.

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Alex Richardson & Associates

From the Chambers Global guide

Alex Richardson of Alex Richardson & Associates receives impressive accolades from market sources. One source said: "He's a very able litigator with an exceptionally good knowledge of Anguilla law," going on to remark that "he is generally our go-to man for anything in Anguilla." He is also praised highly for his handling of non-contentious matters.

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WEBSTER

From the Chambers Global guide

Head of litigation Gerhard Wallbank commands great respect among interviewees. One commentator observed: "He is simply a class act - he's very, very bright and definitely a go-to guy for heavyweight insolvency litigation." Other sources describe him as "truly a pleasure to work with" and highlight his "deeply impressive judgement."

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WEBSTER

From the Chambers Global guide

Harry Wiggin possesses several decades' experience in cross-border tax and estate planning issues. Interviewees note his "clear, frank and direct advice" and describe him as "responsive and efficient." Wiggin has particular expertise relating to private client issues and is currently a consultant within the firm.

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Eustella Fontaine

Fontaine & Associates

From the Chambers Global guide

Eustella Fontaine is the managing attorney of Fontaine & Associates. She typically advises on contentious matters, including those arising from real estate and employment issues. Sources continue to praise her responsiveness and comprehensive understanding of Anguilla corporate law.

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Joyce Kentish-Egan QC

Joyce Kentish & Associates

From the Chambers Global guide

Sources describe Joyce Kentish-Egan QC of Joyce Kentish & Associates as a "brilliant lawyer" who is "feisty and experienced." She frequently represents clients in major commercial litigation, and also acts as a Justice of Appeal in the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court.

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Up and Coming

JM Dyer & Co.

From the Chambers Global guide

Jean Dyer recently left the former firm of Keithley Lake & Associates to found her own practice, JM Dyer & Co. She is especially noted for her litigation expertise. Sources describe her as "very tenacious with respect to her client's cause," adding that she is "very astute" and possesses good commercial judgement. She is admitted in several other Caribbean jurisdictions, including St Kitts & Nevis and the British Virgin Islands, and in addition to contentious matters also has experience assisting clients with real estate transactions.

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