Rob Humphries

Associate

Rob Humphries works at Solomon Harris in the Cayman Islands, which has recently merged with Bedell Cristin.  

The two firms are in the process of being fully integrated, and Solomon Harris will be renamed Bedell Cristin in early 2019. To view the profile of Rob Humphries in the meantime, please click here.

Professional
  • Attorney-at-Law - Cayman Islands
  • Attorney*- Supreme Court of South Africa

*non-practicing

Credentials
  • 'Next generation lawyers' - Legal 500 Caribbean 2019
  • Able to provide technical legal advice and guidance in critical circumstances and under extreme time pressure.
    Legal 500 Caribbean 2019
News/Experience
Legal 500 Caribbean recognises lawyers from Solomon Harris
Insurance & Reinsurance Litigation Property 07 Dec 2018 Cayman Islands

Legal 500 has released its 2019 Caribbean Guide, and partners Laura Hatfield and Ian Jamieson have been named as leading individuals. Attorney, Rob Humphries, has been named as a next generation lawyer.

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Solomon Harris and Bedell Cristin to attend Cayman Captive Forum 27-29 November 2018
Insurance & Reinsurance 20 Nov 2018 Cayman Islands Guernsey

Rob Humphries, Nick Reid, Richard Addlestone and Richard Sharp from recently merged law firms Solomon Harris and Bedell Cristin will be attending the Cayman Captive Forum at the Ritz Carlton, Grand Cayman from 27-29 November 2018.

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Insights
Grey skies for sunny Cayman?
Articles | 11 Dec 2018

Attorney, Rob Humphries, contributes to an article published by Captive International. The Cayman Islands has been placed on the EU’s ‘grey list’ of cooperative jurisdictions – Rob highlights what this means for Cayman and for the captive insurance sector.

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GDPR and the Cayman data protection law
Articles | 07 Dec 2018

Rob Humphries, Associate, determines what Cayman captives and insurance managers should consider in relation to GDPR and the new Cayman data protection law. Published in Captive Review Cayman Report 2019

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