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Offshore firm Appleby has announced the promotion of seven lawyers to partnership. This caps a year in which the firm added 46 new lawyers, including three lateral partners. “We are very pleased to be able to reflect the strong growth of our global business with the promotion of new partners in four of our offices,” Peter Bubenzer, the firm’s global managing partner, said in a news release. “Our success is defined by our people and these partners represent the future leadership of the firm. Their experience, responsiveness and talent, will ensure we are able to offer the highest levels of service to our clients.” Janita Burke has over eight years of corporate experience and is a member of the firm’s insurance team in Bermuda. Sally Cox is in the corporate and commercial group and serves as the local practice group head of property in the British Virgin Islands. Michael Cushing specializes in complex commercial and corporate litigation in Jersey, Channel Islands, and has extensive experience in arbitration and mediation. Valerie Georges-Thomas practices corporate and commercial law in the British Virgin Islands and focuses on various aspects of international/offshore business with specialization in advising on the formation of investment funds. Sabrina Leacock practices in both the corporate and commercial and trust practice groups in the Cayman Islands. Vanessa Lovell Schrum practices trust law in Bermuda, including advising on the use of private and commercial trusts, as well as estate planning and the administration of local estates and applications for probate. George Cook has eight years of experience in commercial property law in the Jersey office, including sales and acquisitions, development and commercial leasehold word. Appleby has close to 700 lawyers and other professionals in key offshore jurisdictions as well as London and Hong Kong.

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