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HSM Announces Four Partner Promotions
The HSM Group has promoted four Senior Associates to Partners across its Cayman Islands law firm.
Linda DaCosta, Sarah Allison and Kerrie Cox became Partners of HSM Chambers and Sophie Peat became a Partner of HSM IP.
Since HSM’s inception in 2012, this is the largest cohort of Partners at a time – marking seven partners in total alongside Huw Moses, Nick Joseph and Ian Lambert.
Linda has been practicing in the Cayman Islands for over 20 years. She manages HSM’s property team and also has a wealth of experience in regulatory matters, employment law and contractual disputes.
Kerrie is a highly experienced advocate and litigator in employment, commercial, general civil and family law.
Sarah manages HSM’s Debt Solutions and Recovery department and is an integral member of their Insolvency team.
Sophie manages HSM’s Intellectual Property team and is well-versed on IP legislation across the Caribbean/Latin America. She also contributed to the committee responsible for drafting new IP legislation in the Cayman Islands.
“Our firm’s strength comes from our people. These promotions recognise their valuable contributions over the years and I look forward to continuing to grow our firm with them,” shares HSM Managing Partner, Huw Moses OBE. This move showcases their dedication to these practice areas and is testament to the firm’s ongoing commitment to the Cayman Islands.