Jeremy joined Ogier in 2020 when he returned to London after eight years in the Cayman Islands with another offshore Dispute Resolution team, having first trained and worked in the Restructuring and Insolvency teams of top London firms. Jeremy's practice is focussed on providing litigation, restructuring and insolvency assistance to Ogier's European-based clients with interests in Caribbean incorporated entities.
During his time in the Cayman Islands Jeremy regularly advised and represented clients at the Grand Court, through to the Court of Appeal and at the Privy Council in London and worked on a substantial fraud case in the BVI where he was admitted with extended rights of audience to the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court. He was commended in Chambers & Partners in 2019 for being "good both in court and on paper" and again in Chambers and Partners 2020.
Jeremy has an active interest in supporting good causes, having raised substantial funds by organising charity golf days through his work for the Recovery and Insolvency Specialists Association (Cayman), volunteering for Ocean Youth Trust South and founding Remote Recitals to support freelance musicians affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and often looks for pro bono opportunities to utilise his legal skills.
2014 - British Virgin Islands
2012 - Cayman Islands
2010 - England and Wales (Solicitor Advocate)
2007 - England and Wales