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THE OFFSHORE CASE DIGEST OFFERS READERS A HIGH LEVEL SUMMARY OF THE MAJOR COMMERCIAL CASES DECIDED IN BERMUDA, THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS AND THE CAYMAN ISLANDS.

Our goal is to provide a useful reference tool for clients and practitioners who are interested in the development of case law in each jurisdiction.

 


RECENT cases

September 2021

The Evolution of the “Watchdog” Role of Protectors

September 2021

Conyers secures costs for opposing creditors: TLG Atma Ltd (Applicant) v Atlas Mara Limited (Respondent) BVIHC (COM) 0027 of 2021

September 2021

King Bun Limited and Others v. Lau Man Sang, James and Others Claim No. BVIHCM 2017/086

July 2021

Illegality as a defence under Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands, and Bermuda law: a comparison with English law and Hong Kong law

June 2021

Piercing the Veil of Privilege: The Iniquity Exception

June 2021

BVI Court of Appeal clarifies key principles for recoverability of costs

April 2021

Net International Property Limited (Appellant) v. Adv. Eitan Erez (As Trustee in Bankruptcy for Rachael Sofer Sayag) (Respondent)

March 2021

Fla. Ruling Opens Door To Foreign Asset Freeze Enforcement

March 2021

BVI Court Orders Committal of Judgment Debtor Resident in Hong Kong: An Affirmation of the Commercial Court’s Pro-Enforcement Approach

March 2021

To BII or not to BII – a Cayman Islands perspective

March 2021

Privy Council Emphasizes the Primary Role of the Trial Judge as the Decision-Maker in Shareholders’ Disputes – the Scope for Appellate Intervention is Limited.

January 2021

Shareholder Rights and Remedies: a summary

January 2021

BVI Passes Legislation Codifying the “Black Swan” Jurisdiction

January 2021

Provisional Liquidators, the Automatic Stay, and the Hong Kong Court

December 2020

Ciban Management Corporation (Appellant) v Citco (BVI) Ltd and another (Respondents) Privy Council


Disclaimers: These publications are not intended to be a substitute for legal advice or a legal opinion. They deal in broad terms and are intended to merely provide as a brief overview and give general information.

Effective 3 December 2020, all legislation in the Cayman Islands is described by the term “Act” rather than “Law”. Any references to “Law” (and accompanying acronyms) in Conyers written materials pre-dating October 2020 should be read as “Act”.