Ogier's Cayman team hailed for "dynamic and commercial approach" in Chambers Global

Thirteen of Ogier's Cayman team have been recognised in the latest Chambers Global directory which has highlighted the firm's "dynamic and commercial approach" and in particular the "strong team of talented litigators".

Partners James Bergstrom, Angus Davison, James Heinicke, Joanne Huckle, Marc Kish, Bradley Kruger, Ulrich Payne, Rachael Reynolds, Nick Rogers and Giorgio Subiotto are all recognised as "notable practitioners", as are managing associate William Jones and Mark Santangeli, and consultant James Bagnall.

Client feedback described the Cayman funds team as having "a very strong firm and showed a dynamic and commercial approach ", while another client who deals with the banking team stated "we have done some very big transactions this year and Ogier have been able to deal with every single one, and they have done so to the full satisfaction of our company".

All ten of the firm's banking, corporate, dispute resolution and funds partners are now recognised by Chambers Global, which undertakes thorough research and analysis of local law firms and seeks extensive client and industry feedback to determine their results.

Practice partner James Bergstrom – described in feedback cited by Chambers as "a phenomenal lawyer who is extremely calm, knowledgeable and analytical" – said that the verdict on the team reflected the dedication and talent of the firm's Cayman office.

He said: "This is another excellent endorsement of the strength of our growing Cayman practice, which reflects not just the outstanding expertise of our partners but also the very strong team of associates in our office.

“Recognition for each of our banking, corporate, dispute resolution and funds partners demonstrates the reputations of our key practitioners and their standing within the global market."