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We are a focused and dynamic firm whose Attorneys have a vast wealth of experience of litigation in the Cayman Islands. We are adept at working in a way that saves costs for our clients at the same time as providing a service designed to give our clients the edge in their disputes. Our aim is to provide clear and practical legal advice and – where consistent with our clients’ strategic objectives – to resolve cases as quickly and economically as possible. We pride ourselves on building strong professional and personal relationships with our clients; on our reputation for excellence in our core practice areas; and on the collaborative approach that allows us to develop fresh and creative strategies through sharing our expertise.
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has today confirmed that the Cayman Islands as a jurisdiction has been 'grey-listed' in respect of its Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance.
With the first reported case in the Cayman Islands of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) we have received an increasing number of enquiries from employers and employees about what they should be doing from an employment law/HR perspective and employment rights.
As the Cayman Islands hunkers down in the face of the COVID-19 global pandemic, local businesses will feel the shock from the loss of cruise tourism, a dramatic slowdown in stayover tourism, government restrictions on public gatherings and the overall decline in consumer spending.
Most people appreciate the importance of having a Will and estate plan, however according to statistics in the UK, 60% of the population never actually create a Will.
The role of forensic accountants as experts in matrimonial disputes has evolved considerably in recent years.
The first Monday in January has been dubbed 'Divorce Day' as it is frequently reported as the day when divorce lawyers experience a spike in enquiries on the back of the festive period. The holidays can be stressful for many reasons and can highlight tensions and unresolved issues in a relationship.
On the road to confirming a cross-border debt restructuring plan, the Gibbs rule remains a nasty pothole requiring careful navigation to avoid significant damage. All the while, the motorists exclaim, sometimes angrily and sometimes wistfully, 'Why don’t they just fix this?!'.
Insolvency and litigation funding are a natural fit, and the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands has recently issued the first public judgment approving a liquidator’s application for permission to enter into a third party litigation funding agreement with a commercial funder.
On 9 October, the Cayman Islands Government released consultation drafts of the European Union Tax Co-Operation (Economic Substance) Bill and the Companies (Amendment) (No.2) Bill (together the “Draft Bills”) for industry consultation and feedback.
The UK Supreme Court handed down a Judgment on Duty of Care. (Darnley (Appellant) v Croydon Health Services NHS trust (Respondent)  UKSC 50 on appeal from  EWCA Civ 15).
The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority still requires regulated and unregulated Funds to appoint an Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Officer...
The Anti-Money Laundering Regulations of the Cayman Islands have been updated, with the headline amendment being...
The Cayman Islands government have proposed three draft bills to modernise matrimonial and family legislation in the Islands.
A recent decision of the Privy Council from a Bahamian case (Whitlock v Moree Privy Council Appeal No 0075 of 2016) is likely to have an impact on a significant number of families in the Cayman Islands.
Russian billionaire, Farkhad Akhmedov who was ordered to pay £453m to his former wife commenced his challenge to the award in the Court of Appeal in London last week.
The popularity of prenuptial agreements is continuing to grow. Prenups have been common place in the U.S. and continental Europe for many years, and the U.K. and other jurisdictions are now following suit.
We regularly act on behalf of persons injured in road traffic accidents occurring in the Cayman Islands. We have prepared answers to questions frequently asked by our clients to assist you if you are considering bringing a claim.