Bedell Cristin strengthens litigation and dispute resolution team with partner in the BVI

25 Jun 2019
BVI

Tim Wright has joined Bedell Cristin’s British Virgin Islands (BVI) office as partner and head of its litigation and dispute resolution practice.

Tim will collaborate with colleagues in the firm's other offices to strengthen Bedell Cristin's multi-jurisdictional offering, and to maximise the talent available to our BVI litigation and dispute resolution practice.

Specialising in cases involving liquidation, shareholder disputes, unfair prejudice petitions and fraud work including complex jurisdictional issues, Tim is highly experienced in BVI litigation and insolvency work.

He is a member of the International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA), INSOL International and the Recovery and Insolvency Specialists Association (RISA).

Tim previously worked at a major London law firm before moving to Jersey in 2011 where he first joined Bedell Cristin. Upon leaving the firm in 2013, he spent three more years in London working on major BVI related cases before moving to the BVI in 2016 as a senior associate for another offshore law firm.

Managing partner of Bedell Cristin, David Cadin, commented: “We’re excited to welcome Tim back to the firm to strengthen our litigation team which now delivers BVI, Cayman, Guernsey and Jersey expert legal advice.

“We look forward to Tim’s input and leadership as we continue to work together as one global team to help clients to achieve the best outcomes.”

Tim added: “I’m looking forward to this new challenge; Bedell Cristin is a great firm to work for and I’m delighted to have been welcomed back to establish the BVI litigation and insolvency practice.”

Bedell Cristin merged with Cayman Islands law firm Solomon Harris in 2018 and now has offices in BVI, Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Jersey, London and Singapore.

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