Charles Goldblatt is a Senior Associate in the Litigation and Restructuring practice in Conyers’ British Virgin Islands office.

Since Joining Conyers in 2021, Charles has worked on a number of high profile cases within the jurisdiction of the High Court, Commercial Division and the Court of Appeal. His practice encompasses a broad range of commercial matters including shareholder disputes, jurisdiction challenges and insolvency disputes. He is regularly instructed to obtain and defend injunctions and other urgent, interim remedies in aid of foreign and domestic proceedings. He has also worked on a number of complex cross-border restructuring matters.

Charles is recognised as a ‘key lawyer’ in the Legal 500’s 2024 Caribbean Rankings, with clients describing him as “very bright and able and excellent at identifying upcoming steps and planning accordingly” and “heading toward partnership”.



  • Acting for an oil and gas exploration company defending allegations by a minority shareholder of unfairly prejudicial share issuances. Successfully secured the withdrawal of various other claims, including fraudulent conspiracy, at trial.
  • Acting for an aggrieved minority shareholder seeking the appointment of “light-touch” provisional liquidators, to implement a restructuring of the business and negotiated exit as shareholder on fair, commercial terms.
  • Securing the appointment of, and subsequently acting for, the provisional liquidators of distressed property holding company All Year Holdings Limited in support of the company’s restructuring efforts and Chapter 11 Proceedings in the United States, including advising the provisional liquidators through a successful restructuring and sale by way of a BVI Court approved plan of arrangement.
  • Defending claims by the liquidators of a BVI-incorporated cryptocurrency fund against a Singapore-based entity and seeking to challenge jurisdiction to pursue such claims in the British Virgin Islands.
  • Acting for the recipients of foreign judgments and arbitral awards, seeking recognition and enforcement by way of provisional charging orders against valuable company shares in the jurisdiction and liquidation.
  • Acting for the administrator of an intestate estate in the British Virgin Islands, obtaining a Grant of Letters of Administration ad colligenda bona and securing the appointment of a receiver to exchange bearer shares for registered shares pending a full grant.
  • Acting for the directors of a number of BVI companies restored into voluntary liquidation for the purposes of defending a substantial fraudulent conspiracy claim, including challenging the appointment of the liquidator and seeking to reverse the decision to place the companies into insolvent liquidation.
  • Advising individuals and entities affected by the UK Sanctions Regime as extended to the British Virgin Islands.


Professional Background

  • Solicitor – Seddons, London
  • Solicitor – Drukker, London
  • Trainee Solicitor – Drukker, London


  • University of Law, London, Bachelor of Laws (LLB), 2015
  • University of Law, London, Postgraduate Diploma in International Legal Practice, 2014
  • University of Law, London, Graduate Diploma in Law, 2013
  • University of Wales, Newport, Bachelor of Arts (BA Hons), 2010

Bar Admissions

  • England and Wales, Solicitor, 2016


  • French, English

Awards & Accolades

  • Recognised in the 2024 edition of Legal 5oo Caribbean (dispute resolution)


  • Member, London Solicitor Litigation Association (LSLA)
  • Member, INSOL International
  • Member, Recovery and Insolvency Specialists Association (BVI)