Mark is an experienced practitioner in contentious trust, asset tracking and shareholder disputes.
Having qualified as an Advocate in 1996 he has a formidable reputation as a lawyer who has considerable experience in advising on the complex laws that govern Jersey.
Mark was the advocate for the plaintiffs in the long running Alhamrani case. The matter commenced in 2003 and was a full time commitment involving numerous court appearances in the Royal Court, the Appeal court and the Privy Council. The actual trial which commenced in late 2008 ran for 103 days.
He has wide ranging experience in providing advice in shareholder disputes to directors and local fund companies and acted in the Greater Europe Deep Value Fund II litigation in 2012.
- Advocate - Jersey
- Solicitor* - England & Wales
- 'Leader in their field' - Chambers UK, Europe and Global 2017
- 'Leading Lawyers Contentious Trusts' category - 2017 Citywealth Leaders List
- 'Honours List' in the 'Leading Lawyers Contentious Trusts' category - 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013 and 2012 Citywealth Leaders List
- 'Prominent Figure' in the 'Leading Lawyers Contentious Trusts' category - 2015, 2014, 2013 and 2012 Citywealth Leaders List
Commercial, practical and measured advocate.Chambers 2017
Readily available, obviously knowledgeable and respected in the legal profession.Chambers 2016
Experienced and perceptive.Legal 500 2016
In recent times, there has been a marked increase in the use of co-ordinated economic sanctions by the European Union, the United Nations and individual states against rogue states and organisations and, on a targeted basis, against specific individuals and...
Bedell Cristin recently advised and acted for a Jersey company (the "Company") in respect of a challenge to a notice issued pursuant to Taxation (Exchange of Information with Third Countries) (Jersey) Regulations 2008 (the "Regulations") by the Comptroller ...
Bedell Cristin litigation partners, Mark Taylor and Lisa Springate have been invited to speak to members of the STEP Committee in Geneva on 17 October 2013.
This briefing explains how foreign judgments may be enforced in Jersey. Jersey has its own legal system and is a separate jurisdiction from that of England and Wales. Judgments obtained outside Jersey which provide for the payment of a sum of money may be ...
Jersey has a legal system which is separate from that of any other jurisdiction. Whilst it is judicially independent, unsurprisingly, it reflects many of the practices and procedures to be found in the courts of England and Wales, but with distinct differen...
The purpose of this briefing is to summarise the procedure for obtaining evidence in Jersey at the request of a foreign court (the "Requesting Court") in civil or commercial proceedings pending or in contemplation outside the Island.
The purpose of this briefing is to set out how and when the Jersey courts will grant Mareva relief to assist litigants in foreign jurisdictions.
In many cases, Alternative Dispute Resolution ("ADR") might offer a more cost effective, time efficient solution to dealing with a dispute than traditional litigation. This briefing gives an overview of the approach to ADR in Jersey.
The decision of the Privy Council in Schmidt v Rosewood Trust Limited  2 A.C 709 ("Schmidt v Rosewood"), delivered in March 2003 on an appeal from the courts of the Isle of Man, has excited great interest among trust practitioners because it considers...