Myers, Fletcher & Gordon

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A firm operating at the forefront of the market, Myers, Fletcher & Gordon is a key participant in real estate and project development in Jamaica, and continues to expand its role in the energy sector with work representing oil and gas entities. Sources highlight the team as an example of one that "excels in producing consistently good-quality work" and has the capacity to "get deals done, and get them done properly." The firm also comes in for praise for its litigation capacities, with one source stating: "If it's litigation, we'd go to Myers, Fletcher & Gordon."

Head of commercial Gina Phillipps Black specialises in financial matters, and possesses refined ability in regulations, banking and tax compliance. A source described her as "very knowledgeable, very skilled and always a pleasure to deal with."

Hilary Reid impresses clients with "her knowledge of corporate and commercial law," with one source describing her as a lawyer who is "accessible and willing to listen to suggestions for improvement or solving a problem." She wields strong knowledge of insolvency and secured transactions.

Noel Levy is an intensely experienced commercial attorney, having been with the firm for over five decades. He remains in active practice as a consultant, and covers mining, tax and construction law as part of his practice.

Peter Goldson is a commanding presence in the pensions sector, and also maintains a strong intellectual property practice with a focus on trade marks. As a gifted commercial attorney, he leads on a number of real estate and project development mandates.

Sandra Minott-Phillips QC is lauded by sources as "a fearless litigator who is in control of the courtroom" and a practitioner who "has a strong reputation for being a very thorough and dogged litigation attorney." She specialises in commercial litigation and is especially well known for her work with banking clients.