GrahamThompson acted as local counsel in a syndicated global restructuring of assets and liabilities for the entity that purchased assets of over $2 billion including the Bahamas' largest resort and casino, luxury hotel, golf course, time share and residential development. We worked with a multinational cast of attorneys and advisors and acquired all governmental approvals on a time sensitive deadline.
Retained by one of the largest banks in the world, Graham Thompson was hired to manage all aspects of the re-subsidiarisation of its local operations in the Bahamas in a time and commercially sensitive transaction. Our work involved obtaining the requisite regulatory approvals, giving corporate fiscal banking advice and developing a strategic approach.
As lead counsel, we successfully defended a major U.S. construction company in a multi-million dollar claim before the Supreme Court for damages arising from alleged defective construction of a water feature at the plaintiff’s resort, which caused the death of one of the plaintiff’s guests.