The status of electronic signatures in The Bahamas | Graham Thompson Attorneys

Legal Briefing

The Bahamas, like many other countries, saw a marked increase in the use of technology and e-commerce services as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. While many Bahamians withstood lockdowns and prolonged periods of mandatory social distancing, technology provided a mechanism through which transactions could be conducted (and contracts could be executed) without the parties …

Significant matters – Spring 2022


Enterprise GC returns with ESG, crisis management and legal tech on the agenda Enterprise GC, the marquee two-day general counsel event hosted by Legalease, returned to the prestigious Hilton London Syon Park for its fifth year on 25 and 26 April 2022.



‘The pandemic hit the airline sector hard and fast. We went from really being in growth mode, preparing forward-looking projects and a successful year in 2020, to very quickly having to ground our fleet almost overnight. We then had to deal with the implications of that for the company, which were severe,’ says Rebecca Mills, …

Defensive manoeuvres


What are the biggest challenges facing GCs from a cyber risk perspective right now? There are two primary risks. It’s quite clear from recent guidance from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and other organisations that ransomware is prevalent. Therefore, businesses should be preparing their playbook and their response process, so that they have them ready …