Róisín Liddy-Murphy is an Attorney in the Litigation department in the Cayman Islands Office of Conyers.
An experienced advocate, Róisín was called to the Bar of Ireland in 2006 and to the Bar of England and Wales in 2013. She has advised and represented clients on a broad range of commercial and insolvency litigation proceedings and has extensive experience in appearing in Court as counsel on contentious and non-contentious matters. Her expertise includes advising and acting in personal and corporate insolvencies, restructurings, debt collection, data protection and commercial disputes.
Prior to joining Conyers, Róisín worked within the Attorney General’s Chambers as part of the Cayman Islands Government Portfolio of Legal Affairs. She has taught Company and Banking Law (UK) on the University of Liverpool LLB Degree and was the International Insolvency appointed lecturer on the International Finance, Law and Regulation University of Liverpool Master’s LLM Degree.
She has also taught legal trainees Cayman Company/Insolvency Law for the Professional Qualifying Bar Exams in the Cayman Islands.
Róisín is the author of several published articles on developments in company and insolvency law. She is a contributing author to the publication of articles in the Cayman Islands Law Review.
Watler Holdings Limited (In Official Liquidation), Frank Sound Estate Limited (In Official Liquidation), Red Bay Estates Ltd (In Official Liquidation), Cayman Law Review, Issue 2, 2016
In the Matter of Section 30 (11) (b) of the Mutual Funds Law (2015 Revision) and In the Matter of Brighton SPC (In Controllership), Cayman Law Review, Issue 2, 2016
In the matter of Madison Niche Assets Fund Ltd (In Liquidation) (“MNAF”) and in the matter of Madison Niche Opportunities Fund Ltd (In Liquidation) (“MNOF”) Cayman Law Review, Issue 2, 2016
Appleby (Cayman) Ltd. V Chief Immigration Officer, Cayman Law Review, Issue 2, 2016
5 Oct 2020
Covering Ears to Steal Bells: Ignoring Insolvency at Risk of Liquidation
Insolvency | Liquidation | Restructuring | Winding Up
15 Sep 2020
Novel jurisprudence issues concerning the enforcement of foreign arbitral awards (Cayman Islands Court of Appeal)
Appeal | Enforcement of Judgments
9 Sep 2020
Shanda Games in the Privy Council: the beginning of the end of share appraisal litigation involving Cayman Islands companies, or just the end of the beginning?
Appeal | Dissenting Shareholders | Shareholder Disputes