Adam is a member of the Regulatory & Financial Services and Commercial Litigation teams in the Cayman Islands, and regularly represents retail and investment banks, trustees, investment funds and other financial institutions. He has a broad range of litigation experience, with an emphasis on complex, multi-jurisdictional matters involving banking, finance, investment funds, company law and trusts disputes. Adam's regulatory practice has a particular focus on economic sanctions, but also includes advising on cross border conduct of business, duties of confidentiality, anti-corruption and bribery, licensing, record retention and mandatory reporting and information exchange.
Adam regularly appears in the Grand Court and Court of Appeal of the Cayman Islands, and has authored a number of chapters and articles for journals including International Corporate Rescue, Global Legal Insights and International Corporate Legal Guides.
Adam joined Maples and Calder in 2011 from Hogan Lovells International LLP in London, UK, where he was an associate in the Investment Banking, Funds Litigation and Dispute Resolution group. During his time there Adam was seconded to Group Litigation at Barclays Plc in London, UK.
BPP, UK, Legal Practice Course (Distinction), 2005
BPP, UK, Graduate Diploma in Law (Commendation), 2004
University of Bristol, UK, BA (Hons) First Class, English Literature, 2003
2007 – Admitted as a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales (not practising)
2011 – Admitted as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands