Offshore law firm Ogier has boosted its dispute resolution team with a senior promotion in Guernsey.
Advocate Sandie Lyne has been promoted to managing associate in Guernsey. Ms Lyne, who was sworn in as a Guernsey advocate in the Royal Court last November, is president of the Guernsey International Legal Association.
She specialises in cross-border contentious trusts, insolvency and regulatory matters, acting for a diverse range of clients including trustees, licensed fiduciaries, beneficiaries, high net worth individuals as well as international banks and insolvency practitioners.
Advocate Mathew Newman, partner in Ogier's Guernsey dispute resolution team, said: "Sandie is an excellent lawyer and her recent qualification as a Guernsey advocate demonstrates her commitment, enthusiasm and energy."
Ms Lyne's appointment follows the recent addition of litigator Bryan De Verneuil-Smith, a specialist in financial services, trusts, insolvency, regulatory and complex commercial disputes and that of fomer head of Walkers' contentious trust team, Damian Evans, as counsel in Jersey.
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