Established in 1983, Ritch & Conolly has developed a solid reputation for providing comprehensive advice on a broad range of legal disciplines delivered in a timely and effective manner.
Over the years, the firm has developed an impressive list of domestic and international clients at both the private and institutional level. Recognizing that clients increasingly look to our firm for advice on a range of matters, we have developed a practice that is able to respond to this growing demand.
We look forward to being your legal advisors in the Cayman Islands and invite you to browse through our site for a detailed overview of the firm and its professionals.
From our law offices in the Cayman Islands, Ritch & Conolly offers a wide range of legal services with a particular emphasis on Civil, Commercial and Trusts Litigation, Insolvency, Real Estate and related Commercial work, including Security, Banking, Licensing, and Immigration.
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With over 35 years experience practicing law on Grand Cayman, Ritch & Conolly has developed a vast pool of resources which may be called upon in order to facilitate swift and efficient client satisfaction.
The firm’s strength lies with the people who work here. Our lawyers are talented and have many years of experience in the Cayman Islands and in their respective practice areas.
On 21 June, the law firm of Ritch & Conolly converted to a limited liability partnership registered under the Limited Liability Partnership Act of the Cayman Islands with Registration Number 601078. Its registered office is located at its affiliated corporate management company, Foreshore Corporate Services Ltd. in Queensgate House, 113 South Church Street, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.
Ritch & Conolly was established in 1983 and undertakes a wide range of legal services for domestic and international clients.
The firm has a respected international commercial litigation practice with extensive experience in cross-border litigation in trusts, corporate disputes, restructuring, insolvency, asset recovery, enforcement of foreign judgments and conflicts of law.