April 21, 2022 Download PDF

Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands – In the recent IR Global, ACC [Associate of Corporate Counsel] publication, Exploring a Hybrid Future: Adapting business models to succeed in the new normal, GrahamThompson Partner Tony Gruchot and Practice Manager, Legal Services Claire McAvinchey, collaborated to provide insights for the Turks and Caicos Islands, in three critical areas, in the publication’s Disputes Chapter.

  1. Should businesses be wary of losing important evidence/corporate communications records in a shift to hybrid working? What steps can they take to protect themselves?
  2. What are the most common working from home/hybrid working pitfalls businesses need to be aware of when involved in our exploring disputes today?
  3. Is hybrid working likely to increase employment disputes in the future, and what should businesses do now to prepare for this?

A pdf copy of their full article may be downloaded here Exploring a Hybrid Future, Disputes – Turks and Caicos Islands.

The publication explores hybrid working questions and issues in a number of practice areas in addition to Disputes. The publication includes chapters on Employment, Commercial, Accountancy & Corporate Services, Insolvency and Transactional. Covering perspectives from several countries and jurisdictions around the world. You may follow this link Exploring a Hybrid Future: Adapting business models to succeed in the new normal to download a pdf copy of the complete publication.

Tony Gruchot is a Partner in the firm’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice Group. Claire McAvinchey is an Irish qualified solicitor and Practice Manager, Legal Services. Both attorneys are based in the firm’s Turks and Caicos Islands office.