Brian has over 32 years’ experience as a barrister and is a partner in our Litigation, Insolvency & Restructuring Group. He has significant experience of complex international insolvencies, restructurings and security enforcement. He has specific experience of contentious and non-contentious corporate liquidations, bankruptcies, receiverships, restructurings, reorganisations and related litigation matters. Brian also has experience of complex multi-jurisdiction fraud recovery, asset-tracing and shareholder disputes including asset freezing injunctions, disclosure and search orders.
Prior to joining Campbells in 2014, Brian was of counsel to a Virgin Islands law firm. Prior to moving to the Virgin Islands in 2010, Brian practised law (latterly as a partner) with two large, international, leading commercial law firms in Canada where, among other experience, he was lead Canadian counsel for Bank of China in relation to a case which was (at the time) the largest publicly-acknowledged fraud in China’s history. Brian has been appointed by the Supreme Court of British Columbia as an independent supervising solicitor in relation to the service and execution of Anton Piller Orders and has sat as an examiner on the oral boards for candidates examined for licences as trustees in bankruptcy (Industry Canada).
Brian was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of British Columbia in 1987 (now non-practising) and was admitted as a Barrister of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (Virgin Islands) in 2013.