Ship Finance Update

MJM continues to be at the forefront of significant transactions for Norwegian shipping clients, with our expertise in this area unmatched in the Bermuda legal market, and recognised by the leading participants in this sector, for whom MJM is their number one choice when they need Bermuda advice.      CoolCo Vessels Acquisition MJM advised Cool […]

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MJM Contributes the Bermuda Chapter of Chambers’ Mergers & Acquisitions 2022

MJM Limited has authored the Bermuda chapter of Chambers ‘Corporate Mergers & Acquisitions’ Global Practice Guide 2022. The guide covers 50 unique jurisdictions and provides the latest legal information on the different channels, structures and mechanisms available for acquiring a company, updates on the most recent market trends and legal developments, as well as key […]

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MJM Welcomes Mark Adams

Internationally recognized law firm, MJM Limited, is pleased to welcome Mark Adams to the firm’s Corporate & Finance Team as a Senior Associate. Mark qualified in England and Wales in 2002 and has extensive international experience which  includes corporate finance, M&A, advisory, restructuring, venture capital, asset finance, project finance, tax leasing, commercial lending,  trade finance, […]

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Making A Difference

At MJM we take great pride in giving back to the community. MJM attorneys and staff believe in social responsibility and invest their time, skills and talents into community causes. We share a strong commitment to the provision of legal services for charitable purposes and engage in pro bono work for several associations, including the […]

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Pro Bono Work

Our attorneys share a strong commitment to the provision of legal services free of charge for charitable purposes (“pro bono legal advice”) and MJM is committed to facilitating and encouraging such service. It is because of pro bono service that many people are able to obtain access to justice that might otherwise be denied to […]

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Development of cannabis legislation

The Cannabis Licence Act (the “CLA”) was passed by Bermuda’s lower house of parliament in February 2021. However, it was sent back to the House of Assembly after Bermuda’s upper house, the Senate, voted against the bill in March 2021. The rejection of the CLA in the Senate does not spell the end for the […]

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Covid-19: Roadmap provided for a constitutional challenge

On 23 July 2021, the Hon. Mr. Narinder Hargun, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Bermuda handed down his second ruling in the application of Brewster et al. v. The Premier of Bermuda et al. The decision considered the substantive issue of a constitutional challenge filed in relation to the requirement contained in Covid-19 […]

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Update on interlocutory relief sought pursuant to the Bermuda Constitution Order, 1968 – Covid-19 restrictions and the Public Interest

On 9 June 2021, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Bermuda, the Hon. Mr. Narinder Hargun, in his first ruling regarding Brewster et al. v. Premier of Bermuda et al. refused an application to enjoin a change to the Public Health (Covid-19) Emergency Powers Regulations, 2021. The change in question required all non-immunised […]

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Estate Planning: Key Documents and Tips for Maintaining Your Estate Plan

Whether welcomed or not, the pandemic has changed our perspective on life and re-ordered some of our priorities. Personal estate planning, quite often found on the ‘procrastination’ list, has for many made a move to the priority list in recent months as we have quickly learned to expect the unexpected and plan for the unplanned. […]

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