Law firm seeks to block ex-employees’ new jobs

| 19/04/2016 | 0 Comments
Cayman News Service

Appleby office, Grand Cayman

(CNS Business): Appleby (Cayman) Limited has filed an application for a judicial review of a decision by the chief immigration officer, who granted rival firm Harneys temporary work permits for two of their former employees. Appleby claims that at the time, it still held work permits for Jonathan Bernstein and Ian Gobin, and that, according to Cayman Islands immigration law, during the currency of a work permit employers cannot change employers unless there are special circumstances.

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