Jonathan Wild has extensive experience in obtaining interlocutory relief including freezing and disclosure orders and in relation to the appointment of Receivers to safeguard recoverable assets.
The Dispute Resolution Department is also experianeced in co-ordinating multijurisdictional applications and working with foreign Counsel in relation to the timing and structure of such multijurisdictional tracing claims.
Jonathan has also advised Court appointed Receivers and is experienced in applying to the Court in relation to the appointment of Receivers to investigate allegations of fraud and asset tracing. Jonathan currently represents a party involved in a major international telecoms dispute including allegations of fraud and a US$415 million injunction – the case involves multiple jurisdictions and an interlocutory matter has already been heard by the Privy Council Bitel v Kyrgyz Mobil & Ors. Jonathan also currently represents the Receivers in the case of LM Moore Investments v SV Company & Ors which concerns a US$100million dispute involving a major vodka and brandy global distributor.
Jonathan also advised the local Regulator, the Financial Supervision Commission, and represented them on a number of occasions, notably in connection with Financial Supervision Commission v Law Investments Limited & Ors regarding multiple forced liquidations further to an alleged US$250million fraud.
Jonathan is also experienced in advising both local and multinational companies in relation to internal fraud and crime and dealing with both the asset recovery implications and the regulatory implications. Of interest he is also acting for a party in a significant European Law case which has implications concerning the extent and application of European Law on the Island.
Callin Wild can trace its partnership roots back well over 100 years and employs in excess of 40 staff. It offers a full service practice on the Island focusing on fraud and asset recovery and commercial multijurisdictional disputes. It also has a strong corporate and commercial department which provides services to many local and international corporate clients.
Callin Wild offers both contentious and non contentious advice to trustees and beneficiaries. We operate in a jurisdiction which has sophisticated regulation affecting the provision of business services including modern Trust legislation which includes mandatory licensing for tho persons and companies offering trustee services.
Callin Wild also has considerable experience in working in larger teams in multinational disputes and is instructed in the many of the larger complex contentious disputes currently before the Isle of Man Courts