Mr Liam Faulkner > Campbells > Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands > Lawyer Profile

Campbells
FLOOR 4, WILLOW HOUSE
CRICKET SQUARE
GRAND CAYMAN KY1-9010
Cayman Islands

Work Department

Dispute Resolution, Commercial Litigation, Insolvency & Restructuring

Position

Partner

Career

Liam is a partner in our Litigation, Insolvency & Restructuring Group where he specialises in cross-border insolvency, restructuring and litigation, with extensive experience in shareholder and investment fund disputes. He joined Campbells in 2015, having previously worked in the British Virgin Islands and London. As part of his practice, Liam advises on both Cayman Islands and BVI law and maintains a practicing certificate in both jurisdictions. Liam has considerable experience of disputes arising out of Hong Kong and the PRC having spent two years practicing in Campbells’ Hong Kong office.

Memberships

  • Cayman Islands Law Society
  • BVI Bar Association
  • Law Society of England & Wales
  • Recovery & Insolvency Specialists Association (RISA)
  • INSOL International, INSOL Fellow (2017)

Lawyer Rankings

Cayman Islands > Dispute resolution

(Next Generation Partners)

Liam Faulkner – Campbells

Notably fielding an active restructuring and insolvency practice, Campbells‘ ‘outstanding‘ team is also well regarded for its capabilities in cross-border investment fund litigation, shareholder disputes, judicial review proceedings regarding CIMA fines, and Ponzi scheme lawsuits. The team is headed up by Guy Manning, an experienced litigator who regularly acts in a range of contentious matters before the domestic and foreign courts. Mark Goodman also regularly appears in court acting for various joint provisional liquidators in major restructuring cases. Liam Faulkner concentrates on distressed investment funds and shareholder disputes, while Andrew Pullinger is regarded by clients as ‘an absolute star‘ for his expertise in professional liability matters, international arbitrations, and investment fund litigation. Hamid Khanbhai – who was promoted to partner in April 2022 – is a seasoned barrister with a burgeoning focus on crypto-related disputes. Counsel Guy Cowan is recommended for winding up cases.