This judgment is an important reminder that investors must carefully consider the structure and underlying documents which govern their investments before seeking to enforce their rights.
For the second consecutive year, Campbells authors the Cayman Islands jurisdictional chapter of the ICLG Sanctions Guide.
Christopher Easdon discusses the importance of evidence and discovery, Section 238 of the Companies Act, and other key legal issues for merger appraisal in the Cayman Islands.
Paul Kennedy and Natasha Partos discuss the criteria under which a foreign bank can be wound up in the Cayman Islands.
Authored by Campbells’ attorneys, these chapters discuss domestic judgments, foreign judgments, foreign arbitral awards, the 2019 Hague Convention on enforcing judgements as well as enforcement and digital assets.
The chapter highlights foreign judgments and proceedings, updates to the court system, limitation issues, arbitration and enforcements in the jurisdiction.
Jeremy Durston, counsel in Campbells’ litigation, insolvency and restructuring group, gives an overview of the administrative fine regime in the Cayman Islands and discusses a significant recent case, touching on the interpretation of the Anti-Money Laundering Regulations.
Segregation in the Liquidation of a Segregated Portfolio Company in the Cayman Islands: When Does It Matter?15 May 2023
Paul Kennedy and Nienke Lillington discuss two areas in the liquidation of a SPC where liquidators will have to pay particular attention to the Segregation Principle under the Cayman Islands Companies Act.
This article will provide a brief overview of the BVI insolvency framework and some of the key considerations and themes arising in the context of crypto insolvencies.
In a judgment delivered on 3 February 2023, the Cayman court considered for the first time whether the existing legislation in the Cayman Islands allows for the recognition and enforcement of interim awards made by a foreign seated tribunal.