The Appleby Mauritius office ranked in the General Business Overview category as one of only four firms with top tier status from a total number of 21 firms.

The Mauritius team consists of Managing Partner, Malcolm Moller, who has long been ranked as the only Mauritius leading individual in the firm.  This year however saw Yahia Nazroo ranked as a “Leading individual” and Dushyant Ramdhur as a “Next Generation Partner. “Testimonials describe the team as providing “promptness, dedication and attention to detail.”  Yahia Nazroo was praised for his “calmness, assurance and shrewdness whist handling even the most complex of issues” as well as being “confident, and well-versed in Mauritian procedures.”  Dushyant Ramdhur was described as “industrious and conscientious.”  Collectively the pair were described as providing a “very high level of service in Mauritius, experienced lawyers and well versed in international litigation.”

Malcolm Moller, Mauritius Managing Partner said “Our dispute resolution team has seen a sharp increase in insolvencies and administration since early 2020 and feedback from the marketplace is a reflection of our team’s response to this.  We are incredibly pleased and this recognition is a testament to our firm’s position as a leading international law firm, and our commitment to professionalism, integrity and excellent client service.

For over 40 years, Legal 500 has been analysing the capabilities of law firms across the world in well over a hundred jurisdictions, using a comprehensive research programme. The rankings are based on feedback from 250,000 in-house peers, client feedback and independent assessment of law firms’ deals and cases.

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