Walkers has one of the largest commercial litigation and dispute resolution teams in the Cayman Islands. Colette and her colleagues can provide timely and expert assistance in connection with all aspects of civil litigation and insolvency and have considerable experience in connection with asset tracing, enforcement proceedings, commercial and corporate disputes and contentious banking and financial issues. Colette has been a partner at Walkers in the Cayman Islands since 2009. She practised as a barrister from chancery/commercial chambers in London for fifteen years before being admitted as an attorney in the Cayman Islands in 2005. Colette has extensive experience in high value and cross border commercial litigation, with a particular emphasis on disputes arising in connection with fraud, asset recovery, corporate governance, distressed investment vehicles and liquidations. Since 2009 Colette has been commended in the leading legal directories including Who's Who Legal, Chambers Global and Legal 500. The strength of the Walkers asset recovery team is commended in the 2013 International Who's Who of Asset Recovery Lawyers which noted that Colette 'stands out as one of the most highly regarded individuals in the research. Recommended for her "pragmatic and solutions-oriented" approach, she earns "high praise" from her peers and clients'.
Established in 1964, Walkers is a leading International Financial Centre law firm, with a focus on corporate and international finance law. From our global network of eight offices, the firm offers a full range of legal services and delivers practical advice based on an in-depth knowledge of the legal, regulatory and commercial environment in the British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Ireland and Jersey. Walkers has 54 partners and 365 staff worldwide.
Specialities: Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Compliance, Corporate, Crime, Employment, Finance (Asset Finance, Banking, Insurance Linked Securities, Regulatory, Restructuring and Structured Products and capital Markets), Insolvency and Corporate Recovery, Insurance, Investment Funds, Islamic Finance, Private Equity, Property , Taxation and Trusts.