Appleby appoints new partners with ILS experience in Bermuda

Global law firm Appleby has announced a number of new appointments to partner within their organisation. Two of those appointments will interest our readers as they involve lawyers with a track record in the insurance-linked securities and catastrophe bonds sector. Appleby are one of a number of law firms who read the full article →

ILS lawyer Richard Spitzer leaves Dewey & LeBoeuf for Mayer Brown

Another lawyer partner with experience in the insurance-linked securities and catastrophe bond space has left Dewey & LeBoeuf for competitor Meyer Brown. Richard Spitzer joins Mayer Brown's New York office as a partner in the Insurance Finance Group and the Banking & Finance practice. He joins a colleague Stephen Rooney read the full article →

Another Dewey partner with insurance-linked security experience departs, this time for DLA Piper

The exodus of lawyers with experience in reinsurance, insurance-linked securities and catastrophe bond transactions from Dewey & LeBoeuf is continuing with the latest moving across to DLA Piper. DLA Piper announced the appointment of Prakash Paran to their London office as a partner in the Corporate group and member of read the full article →

Mayer Brown hires insurance-linked securities partner Stephen Rooney from Dewey & LeBoeuf

Another high-profile partner with significant insurance-linked securities experience from law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf has moved on from the firm to join one of their competitors. Just last month a team of ILS and catastrophe bond focused structured finance lawyers left the firm for competitor Willkie Farr & Gallagher. Now read the full article →

Willkie Farr & Gallagher hires ILS and reinsurance convergence law team

Law firm Willkie Farr & Gallagher (WFG) have hired a team of partners and lawyers from rival Dewey & LeBoeuf who bring with them extensive experience in the insurance-linked securities, alternative risk transfer and reinsurance / capital markets convergence area. Dewey & LeBoeuf have been dogged by rumours of issues read the full article →