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Dispute Resolution - Cayman Islands
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Anna’s extensive litigation experience includes directors’ governance and shareholder disputes; all aspects of insolvency, including cross-border liquidations and international asset tracing actions, enforcement of foreign judgments, arbitral awards and injunctive relief; breach of trust actions, director and trustee liability; insurance and reinsurance claims and engineering and construction disputes.
Anna has also conducted high profile arbitrations and mediations under the auspices of the major ADR bodies.
Anna has acted in a number of high profile and ground-breaking cases, more recently representing Gulf Investment Corporation and the General Retirement and Social Insurance Authority in the matter of Gulf Investment Corporation et al v The Port Fund et al (FSD 235 of 2019).
Anna gained an MA Hons from Cambridge University in Modern and Medieval Languages (Russian, French and Italian), following which she studied Jurisprudence at the University of Naples, Italy and certification in law at The College of Law in Lancaster Gate, London, UK, qualifying as a solicitor in 1990 and completing her articles at Simmons and Simmons in 1992.
Before joining the Firm, Anna practiced with Simmons and Simmons in London, Paris and Rome, Clifford Chance in London, Maples and Calder in the Cayman Islands and Ogier in Jersey, Channel Islands.
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