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2017 - CHAMBERS GLOBAL RANKS LAW FIRMS
Chambers & Partners (Chambers) published its 2017 review of law firms, and Hamel-Smith has retained its Band 1 ranking. Chambers has been a reliable and respected source for clients seeking top quality lawyers in Trinidad and Tobago and various parts of the world. Firms and individual lawyers are ranked in Bands ranging from Band 1 to Band 6, with Band 1 being the best. La...Read More
2017 - APPELLATE MOOTING COMPETITION
The 12th Annual Hamel-Smith Appellate Mooting Competition returned to the Hugh Wooding Law School, with the Final Round taking place on Friday 17th February, 2017. Appearing for the Appellant, Deebote Company Limited, were Joshua Hamlet, Khadine Harvey and Juval Daniel, while Joash Huggins, Desiree Valentine and Mariah Celestine appeared for the Respondent, the Board of Inland Revenue. ...Read More
PROPOSED NEW CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BROKERS AND LISTING REQUIREMENTS FOR SME's
The Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission has published two proposals by the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange (TTSE) and invited interested persons to comment on same on or before October 24, 2016.  Proposed New Capital Requirements: Under the first proposal, available here, the TTSE is seeking to implement a risk based approach to determine the capital requir...Read More
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