Ogier has added a new commercial litigation barrister to its team in the British Virgin Islands (BVI).
Brian Lacy (pictured), who has experience of civil fraud, insolvency and trust disputes, joins the firm as a partner, increasing the law firm’s global partnership to 51.
Ogier partner Ray Wearmouth says: “Brian’s wealth of experience makes him a very strong addition to our busy and growing BVI and global dispute resolution teams. Brian’s arrival further compliments the business that partner Andrew Wanambwa has been building since he joined Ogier.”
Lacy has been involved in many of the most significant cases in the BVI in recent years and regularly appears in court. His experience includes successfully representing Microsoft in the first derivative permission claim to be considered by the ECSC Court of Appeal.