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Stuarts Walker Hersant Humphries, a leading Cayman Islands law firm, is pleased to announce the admission of Shuvra Deb to the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands as an Attorney on 28 October 2019 by the Hon. Justice McMillan. Chris Humphries, Managing Director at Stuarts Walker Hersant Humphries proposed the admission.
Prior to joining Stuarts, Shuvra worked at top tier firms in Bermuda and the BVI and practised in Chambers in London where she gained experience in business disputes, complex insolvency and asset tracing litigation, contentious trusts disputes and cases involving shareholder and director disputes. Shuvra has also practised in Guernsey, Channel Islands.
Shuvra now joins Stuarts as a Senior Associate in the Stuarts Litigation and Insolvency Team which specialises in commercial litigation, corporate and funds disputes, insolvency, asset tracing and recovery, shareholder disputes and claims against directors for breaches of duty.
Chris Humphries, Managing Director states, “Shuvra adds to Stuarts Walker Hersant Humphries’ wide ranging experience in corporate and insolvency litigation and she will join our busy team as a much-needed part of our firm’s growth.”
Richard Annette, Partner and Head of Litigation says, “having Shuvra join the litigation team, contributing first class knowledge and expertise, further strengthens Stuarts’ litigation practice.”
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