Archive for In the News

Wakefield Quin succeed in landmark adjudication

  • June 2019

Michelle Stone, WQ’s Head of Property, successfully represented the Moongate Trust in challenging the objections raised by The Minister of Public Lands (represented by the Attorney-General’s Chambers) in Bermuda’s first ever adjudication conducted under the Land Title Registration Act 2011….

Wakefield Quin Announces Legal Scholarship Awards

Wakefield Quin Announces Legal Scholarship Awards

  • August 2018

Wakefield Quin (WQ) has awarded its 2018 Legal Scholarships to Ojeda Smith and Aqueelah Simmons. Ms. Smith, a summer intern for WQ, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from Nottingham Trent University in the United Kingdom in July…

Independent Directors: A Value Proposition

  • August 2018

Wakefield Quin Limited (WQ) is proud to have contributed to HFM’s recent Bermuda 2018 Special Report. The Bermuda spotlight covered news on Bermuda leads in private equity, ILS products, family office, and digital assets; on regulatory hot topics; and on…

Lending and Taking Security in Bermuda: An overview

  • August 2018

Wakefield Quin Limited is proud to have contributed the Bermuda chapter on Lending and Taking Security to the Practical Law Global Guide. The publication was written by Erik L. Gotfredsen, Senior Counsel and Shareholder, and is available online. The Guide…

Wakefield Quin hires Swainson

  • April 2018

Scott Swainson has joined Wakefield Quin Ltd’s property department as senior counsel. Mr. Swainson was previously a partner and the group head of Appleby’s property department in Bermuda for over 15 years. Source: The Royal Gazette – to read full…

Into the guts of the Bribery Act

  • January 2018

Corruption is a complex social, political and economic phenomenon that affects all countries, so said in November 2017 by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Action against Corruption and Economic Crime. Source: The Royal Gazette – click here…

Policeman awarded $5.4m in toxic mould case

  • October 2016

A police officer who suffered chronic health problems from being exposed to toxic mould has been awarded $5.4 million.  Richard Horseman of Wakefield Quin, lawyer to Mr Donald, told The Royal Gazette that the case spanned six years and is one…

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