Collas Crill team named in Citywealth Top 100 Trust Litigators List

Three litigators from Collas Crill’s Guernsey and Jersey Dispute Resolution teams have been recognised in the inaugural Citywealth Top 100 Trust Litigators List.

In Guernsey, leading partner Christian Hay and in Jersey, leading partner Damian James were named alongside Jersey-based Of Counsel Sam Williams.

Citywealth selected the list based on editorial research, individual submissions and peer recommendations, revealing the top 100 litigators who have 'negotiated with the toughest opponents, through the hardest circumstances and with very little on their side but brains, lateral thinking and a will to win.'

Group Managing Partner Jason Romer said: 'I am delighted that Christian, Damian and Sam have been placed in the Citywealth Top 100 Trust Litigators List. This is a well-earned endorsement of their talent, expertise and reputation in the field, and a reflection of the quality of work clients can expect from Collas Crill. It is also a reflection of the reputation that the firm enjoys in this field – a towering strength.'

Senior Partner Nuno Santos-Costa said: 'Our global DR team continues to go from strength to strength and in the past year alone we have welcomed three new team members; Senior Associate Daian Sumner and Associate Kirsten Bailey to our Jersey teams, and Associate Dave Marshall to our BVI team.'

'Dispute Resolution remains one of our busiest practice areas, it is an area that we genuinely lead the market in our offices across the world and I would like to thank our clients for their continued trust in us as we continue to build long term and deep relationships.'

Find out more about our Dispute Resolution services here.

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