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Carey Olsenprovides high-quality advice backed up by rock-solid knowledge of the law’. ‘Trusted adviserSiobhan Riley heads the team, which includes the ‘considerate and practicalPaul Matthams, who is known for his pensions expertise, and ‘knowledgeable and business-savvy’ counsel Huw Thomas. Thomas advised BlueCrest Capital Management on its move from Guernsey to Jersey.

Mourant Ozannes’ ‘excellent’ practice is led by the ‘commercial, realistic and client-friendlyHelen Ruelle. Senior associate Carla Benest is ‘a very strong lawyer with an adaptable style’. The team advises some of the island’s largest employers on issues such as terminations, discrimination, pensions, tribunals and disputes with unions.

Ogier’s ‘excellent’ practice spans both Jersey and Guernsey, and includes Nigel Sanders and Edward Mackereth. Also recommended are ‘calm and confident’ managing associate Michael Little, who is head of the Channel Islands employment practice, and ‘quick and efficient’ associate Daniel Read. Mackereth is defending Rosedale in a major unfair dismissal case, and is advising Modern Hotels Group on redundancies following the closure of the Metropole Hotel.

Key figures at Bedell Cristin include Guy Le Sueur, who handles non-contentious matters, and David Cadin, who represents clients in disputes. Clients include senior executives, financial services businesses and family offices.

Collas Crill’s Nuno Santos-Costa secured an injunction in the Royal Court for Nautech Services to prevent the misuse of confidential information by former employees. Paul Wilson advised Equiom Group on the employment aspects of an acquisition. Elena Moran heads the practice, and advises a number of significant clients on a broad range of matters.

Benest Corbett Renouf is ‘an excellent’ firm where the ‘extremely affable’ Jean-Marie Renouf acts for both employers and employees on a variety of contentious and non-contentious matters, including high-level departures and data protection issues.

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