- Litigation (Civil & Commercial Disputes)
- Employment, Labour & Immigration
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- Personal Injury / Negligence
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Canterbury Law is Bermuda’s exclusive Employment Law Alliance (ela.law) partner, giving the firm access to the world’s largest network of labour and employment law experts. Multinational companies choose ELA lawyers such as Canterbury Law’s attorneys to champion their employment law challenges with fast, efficient and responsive service tailored to meet the unique needs of their global workforce. With more than 3000 lawyers in 100-plus countries, including every state in the United States, the ELA’s employment attorneys represent the best legal minds in the world who not only meet the alliance’s stringent eligibility criteria but who have succeeded in making it through our rigorous vetting process. The ELA is a top-ranked Chambers and Partners Elite Global Network.
Visit the ELA law website to learn more: www.ela.law
The ELA has once again in 2022 been ranked in the “Global Elite” category of Employment Law Networks/Departments by Chambers:
Highly reputed as a long-standing global employment law powerhouse, this network holds its partner firms to high standards in knowledge depth, international co-ordination and client service. Its membership covers over 135 countries globally and offers clients a single point of contact for their global employment operations.
Canterbury Law will give its clients free access to the Global Employer Handbook which contains current and practical information from local experts on employment and immigration laws from all over the world – from hiring to firing and everything else in between. Clients of Canterbury are also regularly invited to attend free on-line webinars on hot topics in the employment/labour field affecting their workplaces.
Contact directors Juliana Snelling or Paul Harshaw (see Our People page) if you have an employment, labour or immigration issue involving the laws of another country and they will liaise with their local contact there to get you quick and ready expert advice.