Peers view this firm as a particularly strong competitor when it comes to real estate transactions. This area of law remains a key part of the firm's overall practice, alongside banking and finance, captive insurance and general corporate matters. The team's extensive international experience positions it well to act for overseas clients.
Peers agree that Neil Coles is "one of the leading property lawyers" in the jurisdiction, pointing to his "wealth of knowledge" in this sphere. He also maintains a broad corporate and commercial practice.
Adrian Corr is noted for his captive insurance practice. He is a frequent adviser to insurers and reinsurers on corporate structuring and regulatory issues arising from their operations in the Turks & Caicos Islands. He also counsels clients on shipping, trusts and IP issues.
Sources describe Jonathan Katan as a "very strong" commercial adviser. While admitted as a barrister, he also possesses an extensive non-contentious practice, encompassing a range of property and real estate matters.
Tim O'Sullivan has been based in the Turks & Caicos Islands for more than three decades. Peers acknowledge his considerable expertise in real estate matters, noting his regular involvement in some of the largest development projects in the jurisdiction. He also advises on banking and finance matters.