Maples and Calder elevate eight lawyers to partnership
Maples and Calder has announced the promotion of eight partners to the firm’s partnership. Five of the promotions come in the firm's Cayman Islands office: litigation lawyer Matthew Crawford, finance lawyer John Dykstra, investment lawyer Jarrod Farley, restructuring lawyer Michael Richardson and asset and acquisition lawyer Joannah Bodden Small.
Colm Rafferty takes a partnership role in corporate and M&A in Dublin, Phillip Ireland joins the partnership in the corporate and investment funds practice in Dubai and John Trehey joins the partnership in the Hong Kong litigation practice.
Maples global managing partner Henry Smith said: "I am pleased to admit the new partners, each of whom adds further strength and depth to the firm's key practice areas."
The promotion of the eight partners takes the total partnership numbers to 62, alongside 132 associates.
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