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The Cayman Islands anti-money laundering and terrorist financing regime underwent significant changes in 2019 and Attorney General Samuel Bulgin has said it will continue this year.
The Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners Association says the country will face a severe economic crisis if it continues to fail to properly regulate its “single biggest export”, legal services.
The hard work of registering Cayman’s many disparate law firms has begun.
Cayman’s legal profession has completed its changing of the guard.
CILPA would like to express condolences to his family, friends and those who had the pleasure of knowing Mr. Hunter.
The Legislative Assembly approved a bill that amended several laws as a result of the merger of the Caymanian Bar Association with the Cayman Islands Law Society.
Cayman Islands lawmakers are set to review and approve an unprecedented number of bills in the Legislative Assembly meeting that begins Tuesday, some of which involve complex, long-standing issues that have been before parliament for more than a decade.
A balance must be struck between protecting Cayman’s financial services industry and ensuring Caymanian attorneys can receive “a piece of the pie” from gaining employment and promotion in locally operating law firms, opposition party members said this week.