HSM is a distinguished full service law firm specialising in Cayman Islands commercial litigation, insolvency, immigration and employment law.
We provide legal services to top financial institutions and leading businesses established and/or operating in the Cayman Islands.
With competitive rates and a highly skilled team of attorneys, we are well positioned to meet your legal needs. We exemplify accessibility and accountability and believe in providing value in an open and transparent manner.
With attorneys admitted in the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands, California, Jamaica, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & Grenadines, Trinidad &Tobago and the UK HSM offers unique insight into legal issues, a broad perspective, practical approach and a wealth of international experience.
We are also experienced in all types of local transactions and as a result we enjoy the unique competitive advantage of being able to manage related but distinct transactions that demand an in depth knowledge of various local laws. This advantage allows us to provide our clients with a seamless integrated approach to achieving a highly successful conclusion to their transactions.
We are committed to maintaining a close relationship with our clients whilst continually seeking to enhance our delivery of legal services.
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The HSM Group congratulates Partner William (Bill) Helfrecht for his recognition by Chambers and Partners. For the second consecutive year, William is featured in the Band 3 ranking in the 2019 Chambers Global Guide for dispute resolution: trusts in the Cayman Islands. William’s practice primarily Read more +
The HSM Group is thrilled to welcome Associate Shula Sbarro. Shula will be assisting HSM’s Debt Solutions practice, acting for banks, strata corporations and other leading businesses. Shula joins HSM with over eight years of experience in the legal field Read more +
Partner Nick Joseph explores the immigration issues that exist in the Cayman Islands between Caymanians and British Overseas Territory (BOT) Citizens. Passports seem to have originated as a document authorising persons to pass through “the gate” of a medieval city. Times Read more +