Mr Marco Turnquest > Lennox Paton > Nassau, Bahamas > Lawyer Profile

Lennox Paton
3 BAYSIDE EXECUTIVE PARK
WEST BAY STREET & BLAKE ROAD, PO BOX N-4875
NASSAU
Bahamas
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Work Department

Position

For the last 18 years, Marco has specialised in representing clients in high-value trust, banking, company and insolvency disputes. During this time he has established a successful track record and a outstanding reputation as a litigator. Many of his cases involve a multi-jurisdictional element and his  clients include many major international trusts and banks companies.

Memberships

  • Bar of England and Wales
  • The Honorable Society of the Middle Temple
  • The Bahamas Bar Association

Education

Marco attended Keele University in the UK, graduating with a LLB (Hons) in 2000. He then completed the Bar Vocational Course at the Inns of Court School of Law (now City Law School) and was called to the Bars of England and Wales and The Bahamas in 2000.

Lawyer Rankings

Bahamas > Dispute resolution

(Leading individuals)

Marco TurnquestLennox Paton

Brian Simms QC heads up the litigation and dispute resolution, and restructuring and insolvency groups at Lennox Paton, which are involved in some of the Bahamas’ most high-profile, high-value disputes. ‘Generally regarded as being at the top of its game‘, the large local team has an extensive track record in insolvency proceedings, company disputes, fraud and asset tracing claims, shareholder disputes and arbitration proceedings. In addition to Simms’ wide-ranging practice and Sophia Rolle-Kapousouzoglou’s insolvency and asset recovery expertise, the ‘dynamicMarco Turnquest regularly acts for trustees, personal representatives and beneficiaries in contentious trust issues. A notable recent highlight saw Turnquest and Simms represent Delanson Services Limited in Matteo Volpi v Delanson Services Limited and Gabriele Volpi, a recent Bahamian Supreme Court decision concerning the court’s jurisdiction limits to act in trust-related arbitrations. Other names to note include Metta MacMillan-Hughes, Christopher Jenkins, senior associate Chizelle Cargill and associate Ramonne Gardiner.