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Wakefield Quin supports Meals on Wheels

  • December 2015

This year in lieu of sending holiday cards to clients, Wakefield Quin will donate money to Meals on Wheels Bermuda. Meals on Wheels prepare and deliver freshly cooked meals to people in our community who are incapacitated or are otherwise…

WQ Supports Bermuda’s Toys for Tots

  • December 2015

On 27th November 2015, WQ contributed to Toys for Tots, in the 13th annual campaign sponsored by Coldwell Banker Bermuda Realty. WQ’s Managing Director Nicholas Hoskins notes “We are delighted to support Toys for Tots and I would like to…

Williams v Minister of Home Affairs

  • November 2015

Wakefield Quin Limited successfully represented the applicant in an application for Constitutional relief. The applicant was a naturalised British Overseas Territories citizen who had been told that he required a work permit in order to work in Bermuda. He brought…

Holman v Attorney General

  • November 2015

Wakefield Quin Limited successfully represented an applicant resisting a costs order in a Constitutional application that the applicant had discontinued. The usual order when a party has discontinued a matter is that they are liable for the other side’s legal…

Katrina Dickson joins Wakefield Quin

  • November 2015

Wakefield Quin Limited is pleased to announce that Katrina Dickson has joined its Corporate and Property Departments, further supporting the firm’s continued growth.   Ms Dickson recently completed her pupillage with Wakefield Quin under the supervision of Mr Richard Horseman and…

Laura Knox joins Harbour Financial

  • October 2015

Harbour Financial Services Limited is pleased to announce Laura Knox has joined the group as Head of Director Services. Ms Knox has more than a decade of experience in the investment funds industry, bringing to the firm a strong knowledge…

Cristen Suess joins Wakefield Quin

  • September 2015

Wakefield Quin Limited is pleased to announce that Cristen Suess has joined its Litigation Department, further supporting its growing litigation practice. Ms Suess recently completed her pupillage with BeesMont Law under Mr Saul Froomkin and was called to the Bermuda Bar…

Belonging to Bermuda

  • August 2015

Wakefield Quin barrister Peter Sanderson explores some of the implications of the recent judgment confirming that naturalised British Overseas Territories citizens are not subject to work permit restrictions. A recent judgment has confirmed that naturalised British Overseas Territories (BOT) citizens…

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