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Campbells Bolsters Litigation, Insolvency & Restructuring Group with Strategic Hire Mo Haque QC

Campbells is pleased to announce that Mo Haque QC has joined our growing Litigation, Insolvency & Restructuring Group.  Mo is a highly experienced commercial litigator who took Silk in England at the age of 41.  He brings over 20 years of dispute resolution and arbitration experience to the firm.

Mo, formerly of Crown Office Chambers in London, joins Campbells as a Partner in the  Cayman Islands and will be relocating permanently to our BVI office.

Mo has advised on a wide range of cases throughout his career ranging from insolvency and winding up issues through to the professional liabilities of directors, liquidators and receivers. Mo’s expertise has been recognised by the legal directories including Chambers and Partners.

We are delighted that Mo has chosen to join our team,” said Guy Manning, Partner and Head of Campbells’ Litigation, Insolvency & Restructuring Group.  “Mo is an exceptional lawyer and advocate and is acknowledged for his expertise and deep experience, which will make him a natural addition to our already impressive litigation team.”

Campbells is widely recognised as being a leading insolvency and restructuring firm with a lead or major role in most significant insolvency and restructuring cases in the Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands.  We act for insolvency professionals, creditors, investors, directors and professional service providers in connection with all aspects of the restructuring and winding up of companies, investment funds, limited partnerships and structured finance entities. The Group continues to grow and has the size, experience and strength in depth to handle the largest and most complex cross border liquidations and restructurings in Cayman and BVI.

Recent and notable Campbells matters include playing a leading role in the groundbreaking US$3.7 billion Cayman Islands restructuring of Ocean Rig, and successfully defending HSBC at first instance against a US$2 billion Madoff-related claim.