A Leading Caribbean Practice
The highly experienced team of paralegals, some with over 20 years experience, provide the necessary and invaluable support to our practitioners.
The practice of the firm is varied. While the primary areas of practice are Banking, Property, Investment, Corporate and Tax, one nevertheless has to take other briefs.
Welcome to Henry, Henry & Bristol
The client always comes first
The Law Firm of Henry Henry & Bristol Founded in 1959, the original partners, Ferdinand M. Henry, Sir Denis Henry Q.C. and Carol W.J. Bristol Q.C. have left a legacy which the present principal, Mr. James Bristol Q.C. and staff are proud to carry on.
The Firm continues to serve clients throughout the Caribbean and is one of the leading firms in Grenada advising on a variety of areas, most importantly banking, investment, business startups, corporate law, tax, insurance and real-estate. The firm has a large intellectual property trademark practice which is carried on through its associated company HHB Intellectual Property Services Limited.
However, banking is at the core of the Firm’s expertise and practice having represented several Caribbean and international banks as well as the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank. Until it ceased business in Grenada, the firm was the primary legal advisor to the Bank of Nova Scotia since it commenced business there.
The Firm has evolved in its practice modernizing its structure through comprehensive library, online legal research and library, and experienced paralegals and devotes a large amount of its time to pro bono work and has been engaged in public debate on topics of national and regional importance. We continue to be part of our community.
The original partners, Ferdinand M. Henry, Denis Henry Q.C. and Carol W.J. Bristol Q.C.
The Act is designed “to provide for the modernisation of the law relating to bankruptcy and insolvency of individuals and corporations; to provide for the repeal of the Bankruptcy Act; to create the office of Supervisor of Insolvency; and to provide for related matters.”
It provides a comprehensive regime that sets out the procedures available to both creditors and debtors...