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24/07/2020 | hsmoffice

Attorney Advice on Strata Properties in the Cayman Islands

With the reopening of the real estate and construction sectors of Cayman’s economy, potential customers are most likely purchasing within a strata community. HSM Property Attorney Oscar DaCosta equips buyers with everything they need to know when it comes to Read more +

20/07/2020 | hsmoffice

HSM Private Client Lawyer Ranks in Chambers HNW Guide 2020

Congratulations to our Head of Private Client and Trusts, Robert Mack, for being ranked by Chambers and Partners in their High Net Worth (HNW) Guide 2020 for Offshore: Trusts in Cayman Islands. Cited on the Chamber website, an offshore commentator Read more +

16/07/2020 | hsmoffice

Cayman’s Grand Court Applies the ‘No Detriment’ Test to a Variation and Termination of a Trust

The recent unreported judgement of Kawaley J in the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands of Butterfield Trust (Cayman) Limited v A,B,C et. al (Cause 119 of 2020) raised a number of interesting issues in relation to a ‘category two’ Read more +

14/07/2020 | hsmoffice

HSM Retains Ranking by Benchmark Litigation Latin America

HSM is proud to once again be ranked by Benchmark Litigation Latin America in their 2020 assessment of notable dispute resolution law firms in the Cayman Islands. This recognition highlights HSM’s ability to successfully handle litigation and dispute matters. In Read more +

HSM Continues to Offer Legal Internship Programme

The HSM Group is proud to once again offer a legal internship for the 2019/20 academic year in partnership with the Cayman Islands Further Education Centre (CIFEC).

Eleven interns have been recruited from the CIFEC Career Fair that was held in September 2019. The team at HSM has welcomed: Joshua Bent, Nahomy Bonilla-Zelaya, Derique Powery, Sheyla Scott, Rickhams Zuniga, Aaliyah Morris, Toshonna Kelly, Zara Hydes, Chrissy Stewart-Brown, Nyanza Henry and Amaya Jackson.

Since HSM is a full-service law firm, these students are able to gain experiences across a wide-range of practices including immigration, debt collection, intellectual property and even areas outside of law, such as finance.

Natasha Whitelocke coordinates the CIFEC Internship Programme on behalf of HSM and is also the Head IP Paralegal. Whitelocke along with HSM’s Managing Partner, Huw Moses, carefully select and pair an intern with a lawyer or expert at HSM. These personnel will monitor the student’s work and mentor their professionalism.

As part of the CIFEC curriculum, the internship runs until April 2019 and each student attends work twice a week during school hours. When the programme ends, HSM offers a select amount of summer jobs that will provide some students a deeper look into the working world. HSM currently employs six CIFEC graduates fulltime.

“We remain committed and passionate about developing Cayman’s next generation of professionals,” shares HSM Managing Partner, Huw Moses OBE. “Whether they become lawyers or not, our team will also teach them the basic skills needed to excel in any industry they choose.”

HSM has worked with the CIFEC progamme since the firm’s inception in 2012.

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Photo (L-R): Natasha Whitelocke (HSM IP Head Paralegal) and Huw Moses (HSM Managing Partner) seated in front of HSM Interns: Aaliyah Morris, Amaya Jackson, Nyanza Henry, Joshua Bent, Nahomy Bonilla-Zelaya, Sheyla Scott, Chrissy Stewart-Brown, Derique Powery and Toshonna Kelly. Missing from photo: Rickhams Zuniga and Zara Hydes.