Priestleys are delighted to announce that the firm has retained its place in the Legal 500 Caribbean Edition 2023 Dispute Resolution and Real Estate rankings for the Cayman Islands.

Priestley’s is described by Legal 500 as ‘‘very capable for its size, and possesses a good range of experience and depth, meaning that they can turn their hand to whatever comes up. They are cost efficient which makes a big difference when referring work.’

Legal 500 noted of the Dispute Resolution department that the “strong team” at Priestley’s works well under the leadership of Guy Dilliway-Parry, who is described as ‘’technically very able’’ and ‘’great with clients’’. The Priestley’s dispute resolution team ‘is particularly active in commercial disputes arising out of China and Hong Kong, primarily shareholder disputes, insolvency matters and bankruptcy proceedings.’
Litigation and dispute resolution associate Zeena Begum is highlighted as a key lawyer after joining the firm in February 2022 from 4 King’s Bench Walk, London.

The Real Estate Guide notes Founding Partner Daniel Priestley for his experience in infrastructure developments, ranging from port regenerations to the establishment of new enterprise zones, while key lawyer, Nick Hemus, is said to ‘increasingly lead contact for the firm’s large developer clients.’

Guy Dilliway-Parry also received some very pleasing client testimonials this year, including:

‘Guy Dilliway-Parry stands out both as the leader of the team but also because he is client-focused and has a calm and steadying demeanour. Guy leads his team with authority and purpose, and this leads to effective and clear advice.’

‘Guy Dilliway-Parry is very intelligent, has a great eye for detail, is commercially savvy, and provides a very good service for his clients.’

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