Gregory’s core practice includes advising clients and assisting them in managing legal disputes and potential disputes involving commercial litigation, shareholders’ remedies, industrial relations and employment law, personal injuries, enforcement of foreign judgments. As Instructing Attorney, he has been involved in drafting of Court documents including Pleadings, Applications, Affidavits, Skeleton Arguments, Evidence and Arguments.
He began his career at Hamel-Smith shortly after being admitted in October 2002. He has represented clients as Counsel at the High Court and Industrial Court, the Environmental Commission, and also appeared as counsel in Arbitrations within the energy and construction sectors. Gregory is a certified Arbitrator, a member of Shiparrested and is certified by Lloyd’s Maritime Academy.
A sample of the commentaries reported by Chambers Global include:
“Gregory Pantin’s client management skills are above average. He is also very responsive to the needs of his client and he always seeks the best for them.” – 2023
Gregory Pantin has a range of experience spanning trade and employment cases as well as personal injury disputes. He is well known in the market as a sound choice to handle both litigation and arbitration. Clients value his “…very laid-back and relaxed advocacy style – people like working with him.” – 2022
Gregory is “a good, articulate lawyer.” He has a range of experience spanning trade and employment cases as well as personal injury disputes. He is well known in the market as a sound choice to handle both litigation and arbitration. – 2021
Gregory Pantin provides representation in a wealth of contentious mandates, including before the Caribbean Court of Justice. He is an expert in general commercial litigation and has also assisted with tax appeals. – 2020
“is well versed in commercial disputes, having frequently represented clients in employment, personal injury and environment cases. He also has experience in shipping and energy matters.” – 2019
“Market sources attest to the good quality of his work”. – 2018
“new to the rankings, he has been developing a strong name for litigation”. – 2012
“his strength is his pre-emptive approach – he is always thinking through all scenarios and strategies.” – 2013
Past member of the Legislative Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad and Tobago (from 2004 – 2009)
Past member of The Law Association of Trinidad & Tobago. Served on the Council of the Law Association as Junior Ordinary Member – 2007/2009
Hugh Wooding Law School, Associate Trial Advocacy Tutor for final year students.
2021: Guest speaker – “Lights. Camera. International Arbitration, Caribbean.” Webinar; International Arbitration Centre
2019: Lloyd’s Maritime Academy: Certificate in Commercial Risks in Shipping
2015: Lex Mundi Institute – Foundations of Management Programme, Monterrey, California, U.S.A.
2008: Certified Information Security: Advanced Interview Techniques for Investigation Internal Fraud and Abuse
2007: Advanced Legal Writing and Editing: Beyond logic and Precision to Coherence and Strength
2007: Premier Quality Services Limited: A Practical Approach to Implementation and Compliance with the OSH Act
2003: Stitt Feld Handy: Advanced Mediation Skills Training
2002: Dispute Resolution Centre of Trinidad & Tobago: Basic Mediation Skills
2002: L.E.C. (Hugh Wooding Law School)
2000: LL.B (Hons.) University of the West Indies