Jennifer Fox, Ogier's newest Dispute Resolution partner in the Cayman Islands, has worked on some of the largest offshore disputes in the past decade.
Ogier announced the appointment of Jennifer - who specialises in complex and high value international insolvency litigation and contentious trusts matters - to partner on 1 September.
Jen, who first joined Ogier in 2014, has practised offshore for over 10 years and has a number of years' 'on the ground' experience in both Cayman and BVI. She acts for insolvency office holders and advises trustees and other fiduciaries, is a qualified trusts and estates practitioner and is actively involved with industry bodies IWIRC, STEP and RISA. She regularly appears as an advocate in the Financial Services Division of Cayman's Grand Court.
Ogier's global head of Dispute Resolution, Rachael Reynolds, said: "We are delighted that Jennifer has joined the Ogier partnership. Jen has significant experience in the Cayman Islands and BVI and an enviable track record working on some of the most prominent offshore disputes in recent years including Fairfield Sentry in BVI, the Saad litigation in Cayman, and most recently the collapse of the Middle Eastern PE house, Abraaj.
"As well as being a technically excellent lawyer, Jen is often praised for her commercial and pragmatic approach to resolving disputes. She is described by clients as a "go-to practitioner", "extremely bright, personable, and hard-working", "a pleasure to work with" and as someone who will "work very hard to achieve great results for her clients". Her addition to our senior Cayman litigation team is fantastic news and demonstrates our track record in developing the extraordinary talent we have here at Ogier."