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The firm of Samuda & Johnson – Attorneys-at-Law was established on November 1, 2006 by its founding partners Messrs. Milton Samuda, Christopher Samuda and David Johnson. The firm fulfills the vision of the founding Partners, to establish an innovative and dynamic firm providing high quality legal expertise and services to its clients. Our ability to provide this service is a result of the 70 years combined experience, knowledge, resources and skills of the founding Partners and the firm’s outstanding Consultants and Associates. Samuda & Johnson has an eclectic practice offering services to clients spanning the Caribbean, Central America, North America, South America, Europe and Southern Africa.
Our Local & International Clientele
The Firm is privileged to represent several corporations and individuals across several jurisdictions around the world. Our clientele includes established local and international companies in a variety of fields including International and Local Financing, Tourism (Local & Spanish Hoteliers), Mining & Energy, Insurance, Sport & Entertainment, Aviation, Shipping, Government & State Agencies, Advertising, Education and Investment Promotion.
The Firm caters primarily to a Corporate and Commercial clientele but provides a complete suite of legal services to its clients. The firm’s areas of practice include:
Aviation; Banking; Commercial & Corporate Transactions; Corporate Finance & Securities; Construction & Real Estate; Copyright, Patents & Trademarks; Litigation & Dispute Resolution; Divorce & Family Law; Labor & Employment; Sport & Entertainment; Trusts & Estate Planning; Probate & Estate Administration; Insurance; Maritime & Admiralty; Media & Broadcasting; Mergers & Acquisitions; Mining & Energy; Pension Fund Administration; Project Financing; Public Offers & Private Placements; Telecommunications; Tax Planning; Tourism, Trade and Transportation.