Alex J. Potts

Sedgwick Chudleigh Director
Partner

Alex J. Potts

Sedgwick Chudleigh Director
Partner
Overview Overview Experience Credentials

Alex has a wide-ranging commercial litigation and arbitration practice, with a particular focus on disputes in the fields of banking, financial services, investment funds, insurance, reinsurance, professional negligence, company law, trusts and contentious insolvency. His practice also extends to issues of public, constitutional and administrative law, regulatory law, telecommunications law, employment law, planning law, and environmental law.

Alex regularly advises and acts for Bermuda’s international business entities, including Class 4 insurance and reinsurance companies situated in Bermuda, captive insurers, exempt companies, insolvency practitioners, banks, trust companies, fund managers, fund administrators and fund custodians, as well as professional service providers (including law firms, accountants, and insurance intermediaries).

Alex also advises and represents U.S., London Market and international insurers/reinsurers on offshore matters, and international clients actively involved in the offshore trusts, funds and financial services industries (including creditors, shareholders, directors & officers, trustees, trust protectors, trust beneficiaries, and trust settlors).

Alex has conducted cases and appeared as counsel before a variety of first-instance and appellate courts, arbitration tribunals, and regulatory tribunals, in England and Wales (where he practiced as a barrister from 4 Pump Court, Temple), Bermuda and the Cayman Islands. He is frequently instructed as counsel in ‘Bermuda Form’ international insurance arbitrations, and associated legal proceedings.

Alex has also provided expert evidence on Bermuda law and English law for use in foreign legal proceedings.

Alex speaks French and Modern Greek.

Representative Matters 

  • Allied World Assurance Company Ltd & Ironshore Insurance Co Ltd v MF Global Assigned Assets LLC & MF Global Holdings Ltd [2017] SC Bda 7 Com (application for leave to discontinue proceedings, governing principles, Order 21 rule (3) of the Rules of the Supreme Court 1985, compliance with U.S. Bankruptcy Court Order requiring that Bermuda proceedings be “dismissed” on a without prejudice basis)
  • Allied World Assurance Company Ltd & Ironshore Insurance Co Ltd v MF Global Assigned Assets LLC & MF Global Holdings Ltd [2017] SC Bda 6 Com (Enforcement of arbitration agreement governed by Bermudian procedural law, anti-suit injunction, mandatory interim anti-suit injunction, restraint of Adversary Proceeding before U.S. Bankruptcy Court)
  • Jack et al v Minister of Public Works [2016] SC (Bda) 108 Com (Summary judgment, admissions,  application to remove counsel as a potential witness, overriding objective, duty to conduct litigation in a proportionate manner, Court’s duty to ensure parties are on an equal footing)
  • Telecommunications Networks v Regulatory Authority of Bermuda [2016] SC (Bda) 91 Civ (Appeal under section 96 of the Regulatory Authority Act 2011, application for interim stay pending appeal, application to strike-out appeal, application for 4G spectrum lots, Electronic Communications Act 2011, whether statutory scheme permits or requires positive discrimination to promote competition, waiver of right to object to procedural aspects of ‘request for application’ process)
  • CBM Agente de Valores v PPF Life Assets Fund [2016] SC (Bda) 76 Com (closed-ended mutual fund; contributory’s winding up petition on just and equitable grounds; loss of substratum; Mareva (freezing) injunction; post-petition dispositions and validation orders under section 166 of the Companies Act 1981)
  • Centre for Justice v Attorney General and Minister for Legal Affairs et al [2016] SC (Bda) 64 Civ, [2016] SC (Bda) 72 Civ (judicial review; fundamental rights and freedoms under the Constitution and the Human Rights Act 1981; legality of Referendum (Same Sex Relationships) Act 2016 and Referendum Act 2012; undue influence; neutrality of polling stations)
  • Majuro Investment Corporation v Timis et al [2016] SC (Bda) 22 Com (abuse of process; indemnity costs order; third party costs order; non-party costs order; order for disclosure of identities and addresses of litigation funders)
  • Kingate Global Fund Ltd et al v Kingate Management Ltd et al [2016] Bda LR 4 (summary dismissal of a strike-out application involving serious and prolonged argument on controversial points of law in developing areas of jurisprudence)
  • ACE Bermuda Insurance Ltd v Ford Motor Company [2016] Bda LR 1 (anti-suit injunction to enforce arbitration agreement; privacy and confidentiality of arbitration materials in the context of Court applications)
  • Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce v The Minister of Home Affairs [2015] SC (Bda) 90 Com (Environmental Impact Assessments under Bermuda law and international law; land reclamation of the South Basin of Bermuda’s Dockyard for America’s Cup 2017 event village use; material considerations in planning permission applications; finality of planning decisions; planning permission in principle)
  • Majuro Investment Corporation v Timis et al [2015] SC (Bda) 87 Civ (application to set aside service outside of the jurisdiction of Bermuda; RSC Order 11, rule 1(1)(c), anchor defendant, and ‘necessary and proper party’ test; derivative actions under Bermuda law; standing of parties that are not registered shareholders; effect of insolvency and appointment of UK Administrators; failure to give full and frank disclosure)
  • Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce v The Minister of Home Affairs [2015] SC (Bda) 71 Com (second Protective Costs Order made by the Supreme Court of Bermuda in the context of a planning appeal brought on environmental and public interest grounds)
  • Kingate Global Fund Ltd et al v Kingate Management Ltd et al [2015] SC (Bda) 65 Com (trial of preliminary issues; Funds’ claims against investment manager for restitution of management fees in context of Madoff ‘Ponzi’ scheme; unjust enrichment; mistake; contractual entitlement; final and binding status of NAV determinations; fraud or manifest error)
  • Jack et al v The Minister of Public Works [2015] SC (Bda) 62 Civ (private nuisance and public nuisance; application for interlocutory injunction restraining acts of nuisance and unlawful development of Bermuda’s Botanical Gardens; relevance of the grant or expiry of planning permission to nuisance claims)
  • Patriot Group v Hilco [2015] SC (Bda) 38 Com (legal costs of non-party witness contesting Examination Order; costs sanctions for ex parte applicant’s failure to give full and frank disclosure)
  • Patriot Group v Hilco [2015] Sc (Bda) 32 Civ (Letter of Request gathering evidence for use in foreign proceedings; impermissibility of pre-trial discovery; obligations of full and frank disclosure in ex parte applications; conditions to be imposed on Examination Orders; recovery of legal costs and witness expenses)
  • The Corporation of Hamilton v The Attorney-General, The Minister of Home Affairs and The Ombudsman of Bermuda [2015] Sc (Bda) 22 Civ (summary dismissal of constitutional complaint under section 6(8) of the Bermuda Constitution; Ombudsman not a judicial or adjudicatory authority)
  • Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce v The Minister of Home Affairs [2014] Sc (Bda) 73 App (Court awarded and summarily assessed costs in favour of successful Appellant; costs rules in public interest proceedings)
  • Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce v The Minister of Home Affairs [2014] Sc (Bda) 61 App (Environmental Impact Assessments under Bermuda law and international law; legal validity and interpretation of Special Development Orders under Development and Planning Act 1974; breaches of natural justice by Development Applications Board and the Minister of Planning; material considerations in planning permission applications)
  • Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce v The Minister of Home Affairs [2014] Sc (Bda) 56 Com (first Protective Costs Order made by the Supreme Court of Bermuda in the context of a planning appeal brought on environmental and public interest grounds)
  • In the matter of the Estate of Mrs. Ericka Schirmer [2014] SC Bda 466 (Life Insurance Act 1978; Court held that insurance monies were payable to designated beneficiaries free from claims of creditors and heirs)
  • The Corporation of Hamilton v The Ombudsman for Bermuda [2014] SC (Bda) 1 Civ (Court dismissed an application for leave to apply for judicial review of the Ombudsman’s decision to investigate the affairs of the Corporation of Hamilton; costs in judicial review proceedings; injunctive relief in judicial review proceedings)
  • In the matter of A Trust [2013] SC (Bda) 21 Civ (Court awarded indemnity costs to trustee in hostile litigation against beneficiary)
  • In the matter of A Trust [2012] SC (Bda) 72 Civ (Court granted anti-suit injunction to trustee of Bermuda law trust restraining beneficiary from asserting hostile claims in foreign Court)
  • In the matter of Kingate Management Limited [2012] Bda LR 63 (Court lifted automatic stay of proceedings against company in liquidation under section 167(4) of the Companies Act 1981; joinder of parties; disclosure of insurance policy documents under the Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 1963
  • In the matter of Kingate Management Limited [2012] Bda LR 14 (Court ordered compulsory winding up of hedge fund management company of its own motion; inherent jurisdiction; standing of provisional liquidators to appear at winding up petition hearing)
  • Oil Basins Ltd v Conticommerce SA & Fondation Anora [2012] Bda LR 7 (Interpleader procedure under RSC Order 17; scope of Court’s jurisdiction to vary interim Orders)
  • Grayken v Grayken [2011] Bda LR 15 (Amendments of pleadings after expiry of limitation period; allegations of fraud disallowed by Court of Appeal)
  • Saad Investments Company Limited (in Caymanian Liquidation) v Green Way Special Opportunities Fund Limited & Credit Agricole (Suisse) SA [2010] Bda LR 83 (Exclusive jurisdiction clauses post-insolvency; service out of the jurisdiction; injunctive relief; recognition and assistance to foreign liquidators at common law)
  • Phoenix Global and Phoenix Capital v Citigroup & Bank of Bermuda [2009] Bda LR 70 (Indemnity costs; contractual rights of indemnity; effect of findings of dishonesty)
  • Phoenix Global and Phoenix Capital v Citigroup & Bank of Bermuda [2009] Bda LR 68 (Court dismissed claims by two insolvent hedge funds against fund administrators and custodians; duties of fund service providers; duties of fund directors and fund managers; use of expert evidence; attribution; loss of a chance; ex turpi causa; contributory negligence; mitigation; Bye-law indemnities and exculpation clauses; ratification; sections 98B and 281 of the Companies Act 1981)
  • In the matter of Stewardship Credit Arbitrage Fund Ltd [2008] Bda LR 67 (Court appointed provisional liquidators over hedge fund (Petters feeder fund); rights of redeemed investor and status as creditor; inability of fund to restate NAV in the event of mistake; winding up on insolvency and just and equitable grounds)
  • Phoenix Global and Phoenix Capital v Citigroup & Bank of Bermuda [2007] Bda LR 61 (Court ordered security for costs against insolvent hedge fund companies acting as nominal plaintiffs; third party funders; abuse of process; non-party costs orders; overriding objective and rights to a fair trial)
  • TG and RC v KX, Grand Court of the Cayman Islands, Cause No: 499 of 2002, Levers J, 14 July 2005 (Court awarded substantial damages for personal injuries to law student injured in road traffic accident; including Smith v Manchester damages for handicap on open labour market)

Alex publications include:

  • ‘Post Petition Dispositions and Validation Orders in Bermuda law’, International Corporate Rescue, Volume 13 (2016), Issue 6 (co-authored with Caitlin Conyers).
  • Directors’ Liability and Indemnification: A Global Guide (Globe Law and Business, 3rd edition, 2016), Bermuda chapter co-authored with Mark Chudleigh. 
  • A Review of Recent Legal Developments in Bermuda’, The Journal of International Tax, Trust and Corporate Planning, Volume 23, Issue 2, pages 115 to 120 (2016).
  • The International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Recovery and Insolvency 2016’, Bermuda chapter co-authored with Nick Miles, ICLG, 10th edition (2016).
  • The International Comparative Legal Guide to International Arbitration 2016’, Bermuda chapter co-authored with Mark Chudleigh, ICLG, 13th edition (2016).
  • Bermuda Restructuring & Insolvency ‘Practice Notes’, Lexis PSL (2016).
  • Sedgwick’s Offshore Professional Risks Newsletter (2016).
  • What is Mediation, and should it be made compulsory for civil and commercial disputes in Bermuda’, Sedgwick White Paper (January 2016).
  • Bermuda Restructuring & Insolvency ‘Practice Notes’, Lexis PSL (2015).
  • TIEAs in the Courts of International Financial Centres’, IFC Review 2015 (1 July 2015).
  • ‘The International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Recovery and Insolvency 2015’, Bermuda chapter co-authored with Nick Miles, ICLG, 9th edition (2015).
  • Getting the Deal Through — Anti-Corruption Regulation 2015’, Bermuda chapter co-authored with Chen Foley (2015).
  • Floods of TIEAs,’ Cayman Financial Review (31 October 2014).
  • ‘Bermuda: Taking Charge of the Future: a review of recent legislative changes relating to trusts and insurance contracts’, Sedgwick White Paper (September 2014).
  • Focus - Bermuda:  What kind of disputes will keep us busy over the next few years?' South Square Digest (August 2014).
  • The International Comparative Legal Guide to International Arbitration 2014’, Bermuda chapter co-authored with Mark Chudleigh, ICLG, 11th edition (2014).
  • The International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Recovery and Insolvency 2014’, Bermuda chapter co-authored with Nick Miles, ICLG, 8th edition (2014).
  • Recent developments in tax information exchange litigation in Bermuda and other international financial centres’, The Journal of International Tax, Trust and Corporate Planning, Volume 21, Issue 1, 2014, pages 50 to 63.
  • Getting the Deal Through: Anti-Corruption Regulation 2014’, Bermuda chapter co-authored with Chen Foley.
  • Bermuda: Quo Fata Ferunt: a review of regulatory developments in 2013’, IFC Review (2014).
  • Blood, Sweat & TIEAs: Tax Information Exchange Litigation in Bermuda’, co-authored with Amy Murray, IFC Caribbean (2014).
  • Sedgwick LLP’s Offshore Professional Risks Newsletter (2013 and 2014).
  • No Place Like Home (The Bermuda Court’s approach to jurisdiction issues in trusts disputes)’, STEP Journal (March 2014).
  • Industry Loss Warranties: Let’s Not Be Trigger Happy Yet’, co-authored with Mark Chudleigh, Global Reinsurance (Winter 2013).
  • Recognition of, and Assistance to, Foreign Insolvency Proceedings: a View from Bermuda’, paper published for INSOL International Cayman Islands One Day Seminar (7 November 2013).
  • Devil’s Isle Detail: An Overview of the Laws Regulating Bermuda’s Marine Environment’, Sedgwick White Paper, co-authored with Mark Chudleigh and Amy Murray (November 2013).
  • The International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Recovery and Insolvency 2013’, Bermuda chapter co-authored with Mark Chudleigh, ICLG, 7th edition (2013).
  • Bermuda Restructuring & Insolvency ‘Practice Notes’, Lexis PSL (2013).
  • Why drink driving, speeding, and not wearing a seatbelt, are very bad ideas in Bermuda’, The Royal Gazette (22 August 2013).
  • Re A Trust [2013] SC (Bda) 16 Civ. Can a Court order disclosure of trust documents to a beneficiary even where the trust deed gives the trust protector an express right of veto? The Supreme Court of Bermuda says yes’, co-authored with Amy Murray, Trusts & Trustees (31 July 2013).
  • Corporate Hospitality Could be Scrutinized under Possible New Anti-Bribery Laws’, co-authored with Chen Foley, The Royal Gazette (26 April 2013).
  • Commercial Litigation in Bermuda’, chapter co-authored with Narinder Hargun, in ‘Offshore Commercial Law in Bermuda’ (Wildy's, 2013) ed Ian Kawaley
  • Madoff: the litigation fallout continues’, co-authored with Eleanor Heine, Insurance Day (27 September 2012).
  • Current Trends in Discovery Regulations: A Bermuda and Offshore Perspective,’ chapter co-authored with Mark Chudleigh, ‘Inside the Minds: Complying with International Discovery Regulations’, Aspatore Books (September 2012).
  • The International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Recovery and Insolvency 2012’, Bermuda chapter co-authored with Nick Miles, ICLG, 6th edition (2012).
  • International Insolvency Co-operation in Bermuda’, paper co-authored with Robin Mayor for the American Bankruptcy Institute's International Insolvency and Restructuring Symposium held in Dublin (October 2011).
  • International Insolvency Co-operation in Bermuda: Arrested Development?’ Insolvency Intelligence, Vol.24 No.2 Pages 27-29 (2011).
  • Exclusive Jurisdiction and Arbitration Agreements: Will they be enforced in Bermuda in the event of an insolvency?’ International Corporate Rescue Vol. 8, Issue 3 (2011).
  • International insolvency co-operation in Bermuda: an update’, Corporate Rescue and Insolvency, Vol 4.1 Pages 14-15 (February 2011).
  • Bermuda Chapter, co-authored with Narinder Hargun, in Enforcement of Money Judgments (Juris Law Publishing, 2011).
  • E-disclosure offshore’, in Litigation & Dispute Resolution 2010, Financier Worldwide Ebook (Financier Worldwide, 2010).
  • Case commentary on Kingate Global Fund Ltd v Knightsbridge (USD) Fund Ltd in 'International Trust and Estate Law Reports', 12 ITELR 850 (2010).
  • Bermuda Chapter, co-authored with Narinder Hargun, in International Commercial Dispute Resolution (Tottel, 2009), ed Jonathan Warne.
  • Bermuda Chapter on ‘Enforcement of Foreign Judgments’ in Judicial Cooperation in Civil & Commercial Litigation in the British Offshore World (Wildy's, 2009) ed Ian Kawaley, Andrew Bolton and Robin Mayor.
  • Bermuda Chapter on 'Intermediaries, Investment Managers, and Hedge Funds’, co-authored with Anthony Whaley and Paul Smith in Legal Aspects of the Financial Crisis (Globe Law & Business, 2009), ed Eugenio A Bruno.
  • The Hedge Fund Redemption’, AIQ Alternative Intelligent Quotient, Issue No. 31 (2009).
  • Improving the System: Commercial and Trust Litigation and the Commercial Court in Bermuda’, STEP Journal (July/August 2009).
  • Can a Hedge Fund Make Redemption Payments "In Kind" by way of the Issue of "Participation Interests" in its own Illiquid Assets, and What is the Status of a Redeeming Investor who has not Received any Payment at All?’ Hedge Fund Law Report, Volume 2, No. 13 (2009).
  • Specific Performance of IT Contracts’, co-authored with Duncan McCall QC, Journal of the Society for Computers and Law (SCL) (13 December 2006).

Presentations

  • ‘Directors’ Duties and Last Gasp Rescue Attempts’, RISA Bermuda seminar (7 October 2015).
  • ‘Recent Developments in Banking and Securities Law’, COMBAR North American Meeting, Washington, D.C. (April 2015).
  • ‘Significant Recent Developments in Offshore Litigation’, COMBAR Inaugural Offshore Event, Washington, D.C. (April 2015).
  • ‘Current Trends in UK Corporate Governance’, Institute of Directors, Bermuda Branch (25 February 2015).
  • Panelist, Ernst & Young Global Hedge Fund Symposium Bermuda (20 November 2014).
  • Panelist, ‘The Renewal of the Asset Management Business in Bermuda’, Regulatory Compliance Association Practice Edge Webcast (19 November 2014).
  • ‘Blood, Sweat & TIEAs: Tax Information Exchange Litigation in OFCs’, Offshore Alert Conference Miami (May 2014).
  • ‘From Inbox to Witness Box’, Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, Bermuda Branch (20 February 20, 2014).
  • ‘Recognition of Foreign Insolvency Proceedings’, INSOL International Cayman Islands One Day Seminar, winner of the INSOL “X-Factor” competition for ‘rising stars’ (7 November 2013).
  • ‘D&O claims and coverage disputes’, Institute of Directors, Bermuda Branch (November 2013).
  • ‘Cat Bonds, Side Cars, Triggers, and Transformers: The Scope for Alternative (Re)insurance Disputes, or What Happens When the Wind Blows?’ Sedgwick’s 11th Annual Hot Topics Seminar for the Bermuda Insurance Market (2 October 2013).
  • ‘Captives, Fronting Insurers, and Facultative Reinsurance: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly?’ The Bermuda Insurance Institute (June 2013).
  • ‘Busted Trusts, Sinking Funds, and the Bermuda Triangle: the Idiosyncracies of Offshore Trustee, Fiduciary and Professional Risk’, Sedgwick’s Insurance Seminar Series, London (June 2013).
  • ‘Recent Developments in Hedge Fund Litigation and Liquidations’, Bermuda Bar Association and various professional audiences (May 2013).
  • ‘Developments in Hedge Funds and Offshore Professionals’ Liability’, Sedgwick’s Insurance Seminar Series, London (18 October 2012).
  • ‘Dealing with Captives: Pitfalls for the Unwary’, Sedgwick’s 10th Annual Hot Topics Seminar for the Bermuda Insurance Market (3 October 2012) and various professional audiences (March 2013).
  • ‘Introduction to the 2005 Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements’, Hague Conference on Private International Law, Bermuda (23 May 2012).
  • ‘Recent Developments in Hedge Fund Litigation and Liquidations’, Bermuda Bar Association and various professional audiences (June 2012).
  • ‘Recent Developments in Hedge Fund Litigation’, Keynote speaker at Conyers Dill & Pearman's 10th Annual Offshore Law Forum, New York (September 2011).
  • ‘Recent Developments in Hedge Fund Litigation’, Conyers Offshore Law Seminar, London (June 2011).
  • ‘Recent Developments in Hedge Fund Litigation’, Bermuda Bar Association and various professional audiences (May 2011).
  • ‘Trusts law update: the Rule in Hastings-Bass’, various professional audiences (April 2011).
  • ‘Recent Developments in Hedge Fund Litigation’, Bermuda Bar Association and various professional audiences (March 2010).
  • ‘Legal Issues arising out of the Global Financial Crisis: What went wrong with regulation? Underlying causes and lessons to be learned: an offshore perspective’, COMBAR North America Conference, Chicago (May 2009).
  • ‘Recent Developments in Hedge Fund Litigation’, Bermuda Bar Association (February 2009).
  • ‘Professional Negligence Disputes’, Bermuda Bar Association (September 2008).
  • ‘Privilege, Exceptions and Governing Law in International Litigation and Arbitration’, COMBAR North America Conference, Berlin (May 2008).
  • ‘Admissibility and Discovery of Electronic Evidence,’ Conference on ‘Security, Fraud Risk Management and Forensic Investigations’, Institute of Internal Auditors and Information Systems Audit and Control Association (May 2008).
  • ‘Taking Witness Statements and Dealing with Witnesses’, Bermuda Bar Association (February 2008).
  • ‘Recent Developments in Commercial Litigation and Arbitration in Bermuda’, various professional audiences (December 2007).
  • ‘The Liability of Directors and Officers: and Directors' Defences and Indemnities’, various professional audiences in the Cayman Islands (May 2006).

Admissions

  • Bermuda, Barrister and Attorney
  • England and Wales, Barrister

Education

  • B.V.C. (2000) Inns of Court School of Law, Very Competent
  • C.P.E. (1999) City University, London, Commendation
  • B.A. (1998) Oxford University, First Class Honours

Awards

  • Recognized by The Legal 500 and by Chambers Global as a leading Dispute Resolution, Insurance and Reinsurance, and Trusts lawyer in Bermuda. Directory quotes include the following:
    • “One of Bermuda’s most respected, in-demand litigators. Peers are unanimous in their praise of his advocacy, with clients quick to draw attention to his responsiveness and ability to grasp complex commercial issues with ease.”
    • “His work is exceptional — he handles matters forcefully yet elegantly.”
    • “User-friendly, responsive and thoughtful; he is always well-prepared in court and adept on his feet.”
    • “Meticulous with detail and has a nimble intellect.”
    • “First rate —  he is very knowledgeable and has excellent litigation judgment.”
    • “Top class.”
    • “Very strong.”
    • “Very capable in the hedge fund arena in particular.”
    • “Extensive commercial litigation experience.”
    • “Excellent reputation.”
  • Listed in Euromoney’s Expert Guides to the World’s Leading Insurance and Reinsurance Lawyers
  • Listed in Who’s Who Legal Asset Recovery and Who's Who Legal Insurance & Reinsurance
  • Named Corporate Intl Magazine’s ‘Insolvency Disputes Lawyer of the Year in Bermuda’ 2016 
  • Recognized by Corporate LiveWire Global Awards 2015
  • Global Law Experts Annual Awards 2015
  • AI Offshore Excellence Awards 2015

Memberships/Associations

  • COMBAR (Honorary Member)
  • Chancery Bar Association (Overseas Member)
  • INSOL International
  • Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
  • BDA Legal Focus Group
  • Bermuda Trust Law Reform Sub-Committee
  • Restructuring and Insolvency Specialists Association of Bermuda
  • CLM Bermuda’s Copyright Tribunal
  • Graduate of Sedgwick LLP’s Trial Academy, an advanced advocacy training programme

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