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Dispute Resolution - Cayman Islands
"Ian is very easy to deal with. He is very user-friendly and very commercial."
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Ian Lambert has over 19 years’ experience as a litigator and started his litigation career at the Bar in Ontario, Canada. He was admitted to the Bar of the Cayman Islands in 2009 and since then Ian’s practise focuses on the Cayman Islands financial services sector, dealing with investment funds, banks, insurers and corporate structures that are in default or have collapsed, and representing clients in any resulting litigation. Ian’s expertise and experience is in complex international litigation, insolvencies, restructurings, asset recovery, investment funds disputes, advising office-holders in complex cross-border liquidations as well as corporate & commercial litigation, contract disputes, fraud matters, trust disputes and high-value family litigation.
Ian Lambert represents eight defendants in the AHAB v. Saad et al multi-billion corporate fraud claim and has appeared in many leading cases in the Grand Court and the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal, including representing the JOLs of the Platinum Partners Feeder Funds, the receives of XiO Fund I LP, the petitioning creditor of China Sky Chemical Fibre Co., Ltd, the sole shareholder of Mass Global Energy (DUHOK) Ltd., and the defendants in the Poulton trust litigation.
Ian is a member of Recovery and Insolvency Specialists Association, INSOL International and IWIRC.