Activist: Cry For Help By Bimini Residents Is Going Unanswered

ONGOING environmental issues in Bimini will persist unless the government enacts the necessary legal framework to protect Family Island communities, Save The Bays legal director Fred Smith, QC has warned. In an interview with The Tribune Mr Smith said he was shocked by the level of help being provided to the residents of Bimini, likening their pleas for government intervention to an unnoticed cry for help. The environmentalist said he feared Bimini was finally succumbing to years of “social, economic and environmental discombobulation” at

Callenders Maritime lawyer to LJM Conference ‘Bahamas has potential to be hemisphere leader as maritime one stop shop’

Callenders Maritime lawyer to LJM Conference ‘Bahamas has potential to be hemisphere leader as maritime one stop shop’   A top maritime lawyer told international experts and cadets gathered for a conference in Nassau this week that The Bahamas has the potential to be the Western Hemisphere leader serving as a maritime one-stop shop, calling the possibilities for The Bahamas “infinite.”   The projection came from Callenders law firm attorney Syneisha Bootle who was addressing the two-day LJM Maritime Academy Conference 2017 at Melia

Aviation Lawyer Boyer-Cartwright: ‘Sign Cape Town Treaty to Enable Int’l Airline Registry for Bahamas While Industry Booming’

Aviation Lawyer Boyer-Cartwright: ‘Sign Cape Town Treaty to Enable Int’l Airline Registry for Bahamas While Industry Booming’   The Bahamas is well poised to becoming the world’s newest international aircraft registry, a move that holds “immeasurable long-term economic benefits,” according to a leading aviation attorney. “The Bahamas is closer than ever to the establishment of the long sought-after Bahamas International Aircraft Registry,” said Llewellyn Boyer-Cartwright, a partner at Callenders & Co. law firm. “Last year the government passed the Civil Aviation Act, creating