HSM

CORPORATE SERVICES

HSM Corporate Services provides corporate services and company management services in the Cayman Islands.

We are focused on responsiveness and our goal is to provide sound advice in a timely and cost effective manner.We aim to work with our clients to achieve their objectives within the perimeters of the structures available under Cayman Islands law.

HSM IP

HSM IP is a leading provider of worldwide intellectual property services with a specialty in Caribbean trade marks.

Our interactive database enables us to proactively manage each client’s portfolio efficiently and cost-effectively in an environmentally friendly and substantially paperless workplace.

MEET OUR TEAM

There is very little in the commercial world that HSM lawyers have not seen or have not been involved in, we hope you’ll find them uniquely qualified in providing the solutions you need.

Huw Moses

Managing Partner

Partner

Law

Huw's practice includes all aspects of litigation, insolvency and restructuring. He is also known for Employment Law, including advising employers on compliance with the Labour, Pensions and Health Insurance Laws, contract drafting and the handling of employment and other contractual disputes.

Nicolas Joseph

Partner

Partner

Law

Nicolas (Nick) deals primarily with the provision of advice in relation to a broad range of regulatory matters including the provision of advice in respect of immigration and employment issues with an emphasis on relocation advice.

Sarah Allison Cayman

Sarah-Jane Allison

Partner

Partner

Law

Sarah-Jane manages our Debt Solutions and Recovery team and is a member of our Insolvency team. She acts for numerous banks, strata corporations and other leading businesses.

Kerrie Cox

Kerrie Cox

Partner

Partner

Law

Kerrie undertakes a wide spectrum of general dispute work such as: commercial and civil litigation, employment, personal injury, estate and family matters.

Linda DaCosta

Linda DaCosta

Partner

Partner

Law

Linda manages our Property team in supporting residential and commercial property sales, financing, contracts and disputes. Linda also has a wealth of experience in regulatory matters, employment law, contractual disputes, family law, will and probate matters and trust disputes.

“HSM are knowledgeable and willing to do the work necessary to obtain the best results for their clients”.

Scholarship Fund

  • The HSM Scholarship Fund is designed to assist any student aged between 16 and 25 who is ordinarily resident in the Cayman Islands who is in need of financial assistance without which they would be unable to commence or continue with their chosen academic or vocational training.
  • Click here for the Application Form and Terms & Conditions.

  • Location

68 Fort Street
George Town
PO Box 31726
Grand Cayman KY1-1207
Cayman Islands

News

14/01/2022 | HSM LAW

Cayman Courts Modernize with Electronic Filing and Service Platform

With effect from 8 January 2021, the Honourable Chief Justice via Practice Direction 11 of 2020 (“PD”) implemented an electronic filing and service platform (the “Platform”) pursuant to Order 1, rule 12(1) of the Grand Court Rules 1995 (Revised) (the Read more +

15/12/2021 | HSM LAW

HSM Contributes Insolvency Litigation (Cayman Islands) Chapter in Lexology Guide

Lexology’s Getting The Deal Through guides are a trusted resource and allows professionals to directly compare laws and regulations between jurisdictions. HSM is pleased to have contributed to their Insolvency Litigation 2021 publication and provided insight into the Cayman Islands Read more +

18/11/2021 | HSM LAW

HSM Litigation Lawyer Called to Cayman Islands Bar

HSM’s newest lawyer Stephanie Mills became a qualified attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands on 17 November. Stephanie’s admission was moved by HSM Partner, Sarah Allison, who summarised her qualifications for Justice Richard Williams. During her admission, Stephanie expressed her gratitude Read more +

29/09/2021 | HSM Corporate Services

Timing Considerations for Year-end Company Dissolutions

As we draw closer to the end of 2021, many clients will be considering their Cayman Islands company structures and querying whether any entities are surplus to requirements. The desire to wind up any Cayman entities before the end of Read more +