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Conyers continues to build its Litigation team and is pleased to announce the addition of Michael Mulligan as a new lawyer in the department. This is the second addition this year for the Litigation team. Michael specialises in cross-border insolvency work and international disputes and has particular expertise in all aspects of corporate recovery, bankruptcy, fraud and asset recovery. He has established a reputation in the market for strong technical advice with a sound commercial approach. Prior to joining Conyers, Michael was a partner and head of business recovery and insolvency at a large London City practice.
Head of the Litigation and Restructuring practice in the Cayman Islands, Nigel Meeson Q.C., commented: “We are delighted to attract an attorney of Michael’s calibre and experience to Conyers. Michael has a reputation in the market for providing strong technical advice allied with a sound commercial approach.”
This is one of several moves and changes in the Cayman office. Further to the addition of Michael, the Cayman office welcomes back Craig Fulton after a 3 year secondment as Head of the Mauritius office. Craig Fulton originally joined Conyers in the Cayman office in 2006. In 2010 he moved to Mauritius to establish a Conyers Dill & Pearman presence to meet the offshore legal needs of India and Africa. His practice includes all areas of corporate and commercial law, and specialises on banking and investment funds. Craig has received industry accolades in Chambers Global, IFLR and Who’s Who Legal.
“With our new hire, Michael, we continue to grow our litigation team as we respond to the increasing client demand for the expertise of our litigators,” said John Collis, Managing Director of Conyers. “We also welcome back Craig Fulton to the Cayman office after 3 very successful years, building our Mauritius practice.”