Jonathon Milne is a Partner in the Litigation department in the Cayman Islands office of Conyers. Jonathon has extensive experience of complex litigation and insolvency matters.
Prior to joining Conyers, Jonathon practised at top-tier law firms in Cayman, New Zealand, Ireland and the UK. He has also spent time on secondment to the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Jonathon focuses on complex commercial litigation and insolvency / restructuring. He regularly acts for clients in the fields of banking, financial services, investment funds, insurance, professional negligence, company law, asset recovery and contentious insolvency. In terms of recent high-profile instructions, Jonathon appeared in the six-week trial of commercial fraud proceedings involving the former CEO of a major Nigerian bank and in multi-billion dollar claims against service providers brought on behalf of victims of the Madoff fraud.
Legal 500 Caribbean describes Jonathon as an ‘exceptional lawyer with impressive analytical and writing skills and deep knowledge and understanding of commercial law issues.’ He is highly rated and recommended for litigation and insolvency matters.
Jonathon is a member of INSOL International and RISA. He is on the INSOL Younger Members Committee representing the Caribbean. Jonathon is the author of many articles and other publications on issues of Cayman law, and he is regularly invited to speak on panels and at conferences in relation to his areas of expertise.
25 Mar 2021
To BII or not to BII – a Cayman Islands perspective
Appeal | Companies
30 Jan 2021
Shareholder Rights and Remedies: a summary
Companies | Unfair Prejudice | Winding Up
22 Jan 2021
Provisional Liquidators, the Automatic Stay, and the Hong Kong Court
Liquidation | Winding Up