Huw Moses’ practice includes all aspects of litigation, insolvency and restructuring. He is also known for Employment Law, including advising employers on compliance with the Labour, Pensions and Health Insurance Laws, contract drafting and the handling of employment and other contractual disputes.
Huw joined the offshore law firm of Appleby in 1993 and was subsequently elected partner in 1997 before becoming Managing Partner of the Cayman office in 2003. Huw also served as the Managing Partner of the firm’s British Virgin Islands office between 2004 and 2007. Since 2007, he has been the Chairman of the Labour Appeals Tribunal. He is also a Founder Trustee of Trustees of the Cayman Islands National Recovery Fund. In 2012 he was elected as secretary/treasurer of the Cayman Islands Law Society (“CILS”). In 2019 he became secretary of the Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners Association, the successor organisation to the CILS. In late 2012 he founded HSM Chambers with fellow partner, Derek Jones.
University of Birmingham
(1984) England and Wales (not practicing)
(1993) Cayman Islands
(2005) British Virgin Islands