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Island hop for Collas Crill lawyer

June 2011

Friday, May 06, 2011

Brandon Doffing has joined Channel Island law firm Collas Crill's Jersey team as an associate in its Corporate and Commercial department.

Brandon moved to Jersey on 3 May from Collas Crill's Guernsey team, which he joined in 2007.

The change of jurisdiction has been made possible by the merger of Collas Day in Guernsey and Crill Canavan in Jersey to form a pan-Channel Island firm in April this year.

Brandon has experience in a wide variety of corporate and commercial work, including mergers and acquisitions, stock exchange listings, banking and intellectual property. He also advises on the setting up and ongoing requirements of a range of structures from companies and joint ventures to investment funds (both open and closed ended).

Collas Crill partner Paul Wilson said: "Brandon has already proved himself to be a talented and dedicated member of the Collas Crill team. His move to Jersey is part of our plan to continue to develop and expand by recruiting top-notch individuals who are not just brilliant practitioners but also have great business acumen and give strong commercial advice."

Brandon said: "I am very excited to be joining the Jersey team. The training I received at Collas Crill in Guernsey has been second to none, and I am looking forward to being part of the sharing of knowledge and experience between the firm's offices."

Brandon joined the Guernsey office as a paralegal in 2007 and took up a training contract in January 2008. During his training contract, Brandon was seconded to CMS Cameron McKenna in London for six months.

In 2010 he was admitted as a Solicitor of England and Wales and called as an Attorney in the State of New York. In his spare time, Brandon - who now lives in St Helier - is studying a Masters degree in International Legal Practice, specialising in International Public Companies, Intellectual Property and Mergers and Acquisitions.


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