Limited opportunities for expansion


“Law firms themselves are unlikely to diversify from the provision of legal advice and matters ancillary to that,” says Nicholas Butcher in the Cayman Islands office of Maples and Calder. “However, we expect there will be additional services resulting from technological advances such as increased client access to information via the online availability of registers and other corporate documentation.”

Diversification, he says, has been happening for a number of years through affiliated service

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