Global Trinidad & Tobago General Business Law
Rankings overview for Departments
- Pollonais, Blanc, de la Bastide & Jacelon 17 Years Ranked
- JD Sellier & Co
- Johnson, Camacho & Singh
- MG Daly & Partners
- Dentons Delany 2 Years Ranked
- Mair and Company 3 Years Ranked
- Hobsons Attorneys At Law
- Lex Caribbean
All Departments profiles
1Fitzwilliam, Stone, Furness-Smith & MorganGeneral Business Law2023 | Band 1 | 17 Years RankedFitzwilliam Stone is a regular fixture of large-scale transactional work in Trinidad & Tobago. It maintains a long-held position as one of the market's leading law firms and possesses one of the largest and most experienced teams of lawyers in the country. The firm advises on a wide range of matters, including oil and gas M&A, foreign direct investment and corporate reorganisations. It also has considerable abilities in dispute resolution, with notable experience in construction cases as well as matters brought before the Tax Appeal Board. 1M. Hamel-Smith & Co.General Business Law2023 | Band 1 | 17 Years RankedM. Hamel-Smith & Co. is one of the best-known law firms in the Caribbean, with a history in Trinidad stretching back to the early twentieth century. It is noted for handling highly significant litigation work, including shareholder disputes, tax appeals and insolvency proceedings. Its outstanding litigation capabilities are matched by its considerable transactional know-how; the firm has an excellent track record when it comes to major M&A, finance and capital markets matters. Interviewees have the highest praise for its work and consistently rate it as a leading name in the jurisdiction.
2Pollonais, Blanc, de la Bastide & JacelonGeneral Business Law2023 | Band 2 | 17 Years RankedPollonais Blanc is a well-regarded law firm which is often singled out for its strong resources in conveyancing and related matters, such as property purchases and real estate development. With a strong foothold in the Trinidad market, the firm is also well versed in banking and finance transactions as well as joint ventures and mergers. Other recent highlights include advising on ship mortgages and the administration of high net worth estates. The firm is additionally noted for its solid dispute resolution offering, which is particularly active on medical and professional negligence matters.
- JD Sellier & CoGeneral Business Law2023 | Band 2
- Johnson, Camacho & SinghGeneral Business Law2023 | Band 2
- MG Daly & PartnersGeneral Business Law2023 | Band 2
3Dentons DelanyGeneral Business Law2023 | Band 3 | 2 Years RankedDentons has a growing presence in Trinidad & Tobago, with its team of lawyers on the ground regularly working alongside colleagues based in Barbados and across the firm's wider network in the Commonwealth Caribbean. The firm counsels household-name clients from sectors as diverse as pharmaceuticals, retail and technology on a broad array of regulatory matters. In addition, it is well placed to assist with M&A, finance and litigation mandates. 3Mair and CompanyGeneral Business Law2023 | Band 3 | 3 Years RankedMair and Company is a compact law firm which is often noted for the considerable experience of its senior lawyers. It is particularly highlighted for the strength of its litigation practice, which offers a wealth of expertise in construction and financial services disputes, as well as labour and employment matters. In addition to litigation, the team is able to provide guidance on an array of non-contentious issues, including trade mark filing, syndicated loans, real estate acquisitions and company formations. Interviewees also draw attention to the firm's in-depth knowledge of energy matters.
- Hobsons Attorneys At LawGeneral Business Law2023 | Band 3
- Lex CaribbeanGeneral Business Law2023 | Band 3