Written and oral advocacy is an important part of Hamid’s practice, in addition to advisory work. Prior to coming to the Cayman Islands, Hamid gained significant experience as a barrister in London, where he has appeared as sole and junior advocate in relation to a wide number of commercial disputes. In the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands, he has recently successfully resisted an application for freezing and proprietary injunctions over cryptographic tokens and rights to cryptographic tokens.
Hamid regularly publishes on issues relevant to insolvency, restructuring and investment fund litigation. He welcomes opportunities to speak at seminars and conferences, recently speaking at an INSOL panel.
Hamid is admitted to the Bars of the Cayman Islands, the British Virgin Islands and England & Wales. He is a Fellow of INSOL.
Hamid joined Campbells in 2015.