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Our global presence enables us to provide timely and comprehensive legal advice at the times most critical to our clients.

Our team provide advice on the full spectrum of employment and immigration issues, including:

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Group Partner*: Guernsey, Jersey

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Senior Associate: BVI, Jersey

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Senior Associate: Isle of Man

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Senior Associate: Isle of Man

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Senior Associate: Jersey

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Emily Ashe

Associate: Isle of Man

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Senior Associate: Bermuda

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