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COMMERCE HOUSE, WICKHAMS CAY 1, PO BOX 3140, ROAD TOWN, TORTOLA, VG1110, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
Tel:
Work +1 284 852 1000
Email:
Web:
www.conyers.com
Grand Cayman, Hamilton, Hong Kong, London, Singapore, Tortola

Tameka Davis

Tel:
Work +1 284 852 1120
Email:
Web:
www.conyers.com/people/view/tameka-davis/
Conyers

Work Department

Litigation

Position

Counsel

Career

Tameka Davis is Counsel in the Litigation department of Conyers Dill & Pearman in the British Virgin Islands. Tameka’s practice includes international insolvency, bringing and defending unfair prejudice, breach of contract, conspiracy and asset tracing claims, obtaining and resisting interim relief including disclosure and urgent injunctive relief, and commencing and resisting forum convenien applications. She is particularly skilled at civil procedure and the enforcement of foreign judgments and awards in the BVI. Tameka appears in the Commercial Division of the High Court of the Virgin Islands and the Court of Appeal.

Languages

English

Member

  • Member, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
  • Member, BVI Bar Association
  • Member, Restructuring & Insolvency Specialists Association (BVI)
  • Director, Women’s Offshore Network (WON)

Education

  • University of London, LLM (specialising in Company and Commercial Law)
  • Advanced Certificate in International Arbitration, 2013
  • Norman Manley School of Law, Legal Education Certificate (LEC), 2005
  • BPP School of Law, Bar Vocational Course (BVC), 2003
  • Holborn College, LL.B (Hons), Award for Best Average, 2002
  • Lincoln's Inn Sir Thomas More Scholarship, 2002
  • University of the West Indies Faculty of Arts and Humanities Award for Outstanding Performance, 1999
  • United World College, Academic Scholarship


British Virgin Islands

Dispute resolution

Within: Next generation lawyers

Tameka Davis - Conyers Dill & Pearman

Within: Dispute resolution

Conyers Dill & Pearman is frequently involved in international litigation work in the BVI, and has acted on many of the reported cases before both the Commercial Court and the Court of Appeal. Highlights included acting for KMG International in enforcing a high-value arbitration award, by tracing and taking steps to recover allegedly stripped assets; and advising Renaissance Ventures in a claim and counterclaim surrounding the ownership of approximately 33 per cent of Comodo Holdings and counter-allegations of dishonesty. BVI office litigation and restructuring head Mark Forte specialises in complex cross-border litigation and contentious cross-border insolvency, and is recognised for his emergency interim relief work and considerable insolvency experience; Richard Evans is particularly focused on shareholder disputes, particularly Asia-sourced matters, and contentious insolvency. Also highly rated are Jerry Samuel and counsel Tameka Davis, while the associates to note are Matthew Brown, Lauren Peaty and Alecia Johns, who joined from Guildhall Chambers, Withers LLP and O'Neal Webster, respectively.

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