Conyers is pleased to announce the promotion of Cora Miller and Michael O’Connor to Partner and Róisín Liddy-Murphy and Spencer Vickers to Counsel.
“We are delighted to announce the promotion of these four talented lawyers and congratulate them on their success,” said Kevin Butler, head of the Cayman office. “Each of these lawyers has demonstrated expertise in their field and shown commitment to delivering a very high level of client service. Their promotions reflect the faith that both the clients and the firm have in them.”
Cora Miller – Partner
Cora’s practice encompasses all areas of corporate and finance work, with particular focus on capital markets, IPOs, private equity, finance/banking, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructurings, migrations and joint ventures. Cora has extensive experience advising public and private companies and financial institutions on the offshore aspects of their structures and transactions.
Michael O’Connor – Partner
Michael’s practice focuses on fund finance (encompassing subscription finance, NAV based facilities and hybrid facilities) and he routinely leads the Conyers team acting as Cayman counsel to lenders on some of the largest and most complex fund finance facilities in the North American market. Michael also advises on offshore fund formation, collateralized loan obligations and bespoke structured finance matters.
Róisín Liddy-Murphy – Counsel
Róisín’s practice covers all areas of commercial litigation and restructuring. She represents clients on complex multi-jurisdictional commercial and insolvency litigation proceedings and has extensive experience in appearing in Court as counsel on contentious and non-contentious matters. Her expertise includes advising and acting in insolvencies, restructuring proceedings, fraud and asset recovery claims, time sensitive regulatory investigations, and various complex cross-border commercial disputes.
Spencer Vickers – Counsel
Spencer’s practice covers a range of insolvency, restructuring and commercial litigation matters, often with cross-border elements. He is a skilled and experienced advocate, appearing frequently before the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands as sole counsel. He has represented multinational corporations, insolvency professionals and banks on a range of matters with specific experience in the financial services, insurance, energy and health industries. He is equally adept at managing large complex litigation matters to trial as he is at handling urgent matters which require prompt and efficient resolution.