Higgs & Johnson is pleased to have hosted on 2 March 2018 the annual meeting of the North American Insolvency & Bankruptcy Practice Group of TerraLex, a leading global network of more than 155 independent law firms. The working meeting for insolvency and bankruptcy lawyers from across the United States highlights the collaborative efforts of member firms to meet client needs in a global marketplace.

“Our attorneys have a high regard for the expertise and cooperation available within the TerraLex network,” said Surinder Deal, Partner at Higgs & Johnson and TerraLex Lawyer of the Year (2014). “We have worked together over the years or turned to one another for assistance in executing coordinated cross-border solutions with speed and efficiency. Higgs & Johnson continues to value our membership in TerraLex and to benefit from connections made around the world. Similarly, our clients accrue added value from our access to unparalleled global legal resources.”

A founding member of TerraLex, the firm showcased New Providence and Paradise Island to the visiting attorneys and facilitated discussions on a broad range of insolvency issues, including a discourse on the receiver-manager’s role in the midst of liquidation led by Mr. Raymond Winder, Office Managing Partner at Deloitte.

TerraLex is one of the world’s leading international legal networks represented in hundreds of jurisdictions by full-service, medium to large-sized business law firms. With 17,000 attorneys in 100 countries, TerraLex members provide the legal resources and expertise needed to conduct business worldwide. Higgs & Johnson is the network’s member representative for both The Bahamas and the Cayman Islands.

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