Mr Jean-Marie Renouf > Seymour Law LLP > St Helier, Jersey > Lawyer Profile
Seymour Law LLP Offices
18 Hill Street
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Mr Jean-Marie Renouf
Commercial Litigation, Trusts (contentious and non-contentious), Employment Law
Jean-Marie was a co-founding partner of Seymour Law LLP in 2019 and brings over 20 years’ of legal experience.
He practises as a commercial litigator, dealing primarily with trust disputes, collective investments and company litigation, applications for injunctive relief, and contractual disputes. He also deals with professional negligence matters, cross-border insolvency and probate cases, and regulatory/financial services matters. Jean Marie also specialises in Employment Law and acts for both institutional and individual employers and employees in all aspects of this field, including complex multi-jurisdiction employment disputes and Jersey law contracts for employees seconded to other countries from Jersey.
Honourable Society of the Middle Temple (called to English bar in 2005)
Law Society of Jersey (called to Jersey bar in 2010)
Employment Lawyers’ Association (Jersey Branch)
Two term committee member of Jersey Consumer Council
University of Birmingham – LLB (Hons)
Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV – Certificat de Droit Francais
BPP Law School, London – Bar Vocational Course.
Family, shooting, track motorcycles
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
Employment law is a primary focus at boutique firm Seymour Law LLP, which represents employers and senior employees in contentious employment exits. ‘Calm, personable and competent‘ practice head Jean-Marie Renouf acts in tribunal proceedings relating to unfair and constructive dismissals. The team also has non-contentious expertise relating to discrimination law, handbook drafting and severance negotiations.
Under the stewardship of ‘responsive, creative and reassuringly calm‘ practice head Mark Renouf and Jean-Marie Renouf (who also leads on contentious employment instructions), litigation boutique Seymour Law LLP provides representation in headline trust disputes, often involving high-value cross-border assets. Though predominantly representing trustees, the firm also represents high-net-worth individuals in regulatory investigations and commercial disputes. Recently hired from BCR Law, senior associate Tom Robinson advises on personal injury and construction disputes.