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Walkers welcomes return of 'disputes' partner

Walkers welcomes return of 'disputes' partner

Friday 05 April 2019

Walkers welcomes return of 'disputes' partner

A new partner has joined offshore law firm Walkers to help lead its Insolvency and Dispute Resolution practice in Jersey.

Mr Sanders has been practising as a litigation lawyer for 27 years - the last 16 of which have been spent offshore.

He first joined Walkers in the firm's Cayman Islands office in 2003, before moving to Jersey in 2006, where he ultimately became head of another firm's dispute resolution team.

The firm says Mr Sanders specialises in representing clients in contentious matters arising in the financial services sector particularly those involving trusts, probate, insolvency, fraud and asset tracing and corporate and commercial disputes. 

Walker's Group partner and head of the Channel Islands, Fraser Hern said: "We are delighted to have Nigel join the team here in Jersey. Nigel stands out for the breadth of his expertise and his ability to perform at a high level in a broad range of practice areas, this coupled with his excellent reputation and network, means that he is an invaluable addition to the Jersey IDR team and as we grow the Walkers Channel Islands offering."

Commenting on his appointment, Nigel Sanders added: "I am delighted to have re-joined Walkers which is clearly at an exciting juncture in its growth story. It has a thriving and expanding Channel Islands offering, which is just part of the firm's already well established and highly regarded global offering. I very much look forward to contributing to the further growth of the business in Jersey and the firm as a whole, and particularly to being part of the already hugely successful Insolvency and Dispute Resolution practice."

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