Rachael Reynolds has assumed the role of partner in Ogier Cayman’s litigation practice, following the announcement of her promotion by the Ogier Group effective 1 February 2013.
“This is a well-deserved recognition of Rachael’s contributions to the firm and we sincerely congratulate her on her promotion to partner,” says Nick Rogers, managing partner, Ogier Cayman. “Rachael’s talent and abilities as a litigator and a legal professional exemplify the quality of our people and our unwavering commitment to excellence in everything we do.”
Reynolds (pictured) is one of six Ogier professionals who were promoted to partner on 1 February. The others are: Mathew Newman and Nick Williams in litigation based in Guernsey and Jersey respectively; Katrina Edge and Victoria Yates in the business and trust law group and Paul Lawrence from Ogier Fiduciary Services’ real estate business, all based in Jersey.
Reynolds joined Ogier Cayman in 2007 after practising in London with various firms starting in 1999. Reynolds has a particular focus on international trusts disputes and contentious restructuring and insolvency matters. Her practice also regularly involves fraud and international asset tracing claims.