Jagger moves to Stamford Law in Singapore
Insurance expert Justyn Jagger has joined Stamford Law as a registered foreign counsel in the dispute resolution department.
He joins from DLA Piper where he spent 10 years, starting as a senior associate in 2002 then director two years later. He also co-chaired the firm’s international arbitration group and was head of the South East Asia litigation and regulatory practice.
Jagger regards his appointment at Stamford as “an exciting career move.”
“What is of real value is the firm’s focus on quality, client delivery, collegiality and its ability to represent clients both in the Singapore courts and in the international arbitration centres in Asia and globally,” he says.
Jagger has over 20 years of experience in litigation and international arbitration and has acted for clients in Europe, The United States, South-East Asia, Japan and New Zealand. His practice focuses specifically on disputes within the construction, energy, oil and gas and insurance industries. Currently he is advising international insurers and reinsurers in connection with property damage and business interruption issues caused by the Thai floods and Christchurch earthquakes of 2011.
Lee Suet-Fern, senior partner at Stamford Law says the firm is “naturally thrilled and delighted” about the new hire.
Jagger is listed in The International Who’s Who of Insurance & Reinsurance Lawyers.