Marc Francis Ramsay & Company
Business + Property + Personal Support
Marc Francis Ramsay & Company, Attorneys-at-Law is a Jamaican law firm focused on achieving growth for our clients and fueling development in Jamaica and the Caribbean.
We address the most pressing client needs: communication, facilitation, and achievement, through competent counsel, using modern technology, and the requisite flexibility for each unique situation. Thus we have built a corporate and commercial practice from the ground up to serve startups, local business, international companies, individuals, families, and governments.
We live and work by our ethos: to be the change we want to see. By embracing simplicity and technology, we provide responsive service, personalised client attention, and foster relationships that are built on trust and communication.
Whether hiring from overseas of hiring locally, the law sets out several criteria and requirements that must be satisfied.
How do you protect this brand that you have worked to build? Intellectual property, in particular trademarks, can aid in achieving this. Intellectual property governs and protects the use of your mental and creative labour by granting you protective rights over intangible assets including designs, inventions, artistic works, images, and computer programs.
Marc Francis Ramsay & Company is helping Belize with drafting the first post-CARIFORUM/EU Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) Geographical Indications Bill in the CARIFORUM region, with unique provisions that the government is hoping will boost agriculture, manufacturing and handicrafts exports from Belize while providing greater protection for EU/CARIFORM GIs.
Several media outlets covered the work of Marc Francis Ramsay & Company in Belize.
Many persons who are outraged at the death of premature babies born at the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI) have been wondering whether the law provides for compensation for the mothers. In order for the UHWI to be liable in negligence for the bacterial outbreak and the resulting deaths of the babies concerned, three elements must be satisfied: (1) a duty of care owed to the patient (2) a breach of that duty (3) damage to the baby resulting from the breach.
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