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GIBRALTAR Cruzlaw LLP

Cruzlaw LLP is a leading boutique law firm in Gibraltar. It took Limited Liability Partnership form in November 2017 but its origins date back to 1996 when senior partner Nick Cruz established the law firm Cruz & Co and the Acquarius Trust Group (ATG), that handles all corporate and private client needs.

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18/05/2019

GIBRALTAR Cruzlaw LLP

The law firm built an enviable reputation for its commercial and innovative approach which is why we are instructed by individuals and companies from both a domestic and global client base. Commitment to service standards led to Legal 500 and Chambers Global’s recognition of Cruz & Co in 2011. The firm has been the recipient of the “Gibraltar Private Client Law Firm of the Year” award, from major publication, Acquisition International. Our senior partner is recommended in leading directories in various fields of law including General Business Law.

Our relationship with you is at the heart of our offering. We believe that any bespoke service requires a detailed understanding of you, our client, your environment, your needs and objectives, past, present and future.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Dispute resolution
  • Admiralty
  • Insolvency
  • Employment
  • Commercial
  • Fintech
  • Marine
  • Private clients

PARTNERS

Nick Cruz

Christina Wright

Cruzlaw LLP
BGI Gibraltar
info@cruzlaw.gi
www.cruzlaw.gi

Tel. +(350) 20076552
Suite 5 4th Floor ICOM House 1/5 Irish Town
(Gibraltar)
Gibraltar

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