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Dispute Resolution - Cayman Islands
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Colette Wilkins has over 30 years' experience as a litigator and started her career at the Chancery Bar, Lincoln's Inn, London. She was admitted to the Bar of the Cayman Islands in 2005 and since then specialised in contentious insolvency, high value asset recovery, investment funds disputes and issues relating to corporate governance and fraud, advising office-holders in complex cross border liquidations. Leading her team at Walkers, Colette represented SICL and eight other defendants in the Saad litigation, and has appeared in many leading cases in the Grand Court and the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal.
Colette addresses issues relating to Cayman law at international conferences on a regular basis and was a speaker at the United Nations Colloquium on Civil Asset Tracing and Recovery in Vienna in December 2019.
Colette is a member of RISA, by whom she was twice named Cayman Attorney of the Year, a co-founder of the Cayman Islands chapter of IWIRC and an international member of the Chancery Bar Association. Colette is the Cayman representative for ICC FraudNet and one of the two attorneys appointed to the Cayman Islands Grand Court Rules Committee. Colette is also a member of the Cayman Islands' Insolvency Rules Committee.