Designation: Senior Associate
Location: United Kingdom

Oliver Green

Oliver qualified as a solicitor in England at Weil, Gotshal & Manges in 2017. He is also admitted to practice in both the British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands having spent 4 years across these jurisdictions with Ogier

Oliver advises on and has substantial international experience in a wide range of high value and complex litigation including contractual claims, fraud claims, financial services litigation, shareholder and joint venture disputes, judgment enforcement matters, as well as arbitration and contentious and non-contentious cross-border restructuring and insolvency matters.

Oliver has successfully represented clients across a wide range of industry sectors in the CIS, Asia, Europe and the US, but is particularly experienced at advising in relation to contested claims and financial disputes arising in the context of complex cross-border insolvencies and restructurings. He also frequently advises private equity investors and their portfolio companies in relation to contentious issues. In addition to advising in connection with ongoing proceedings, Oliver often advises clients in relation to pre-dispute strategy. He regularly acts for clients engaged in alternative methods of dispute resolution, including mediation and complex settlement discussions, and also advises in relation to internal and regulatory investigations.



Oliver’s work highlights include acting for:

  • Two Gulf investors on c.$100m claims arising from systematic unlawful conduct by the general partner and other parties in relation to the assets and affairs of an investment fund
  • Constellation Group and the joint provisional liquidators on the first ever ‘soft touch’ provisional liquidation in the BVI and a BVI scheme of arrangement in support of the Group’s $1.5 billion global restructuring
  • A high net worth businessman on (i) claims against his former business partner for the misappropriation of company trading profits and (ii) worldwide freezing injunction and receivership applications in support of such claims
  • The applicants on (i) worldwide freezing injunction applications against a high net worth individual and BVI companies, (ii) Norwich Pharmacal applications against the registered agents of the BVI companies and (iii) contempt proceedings against the BVI companies for breach of the asset disclosure provisions under the freezing injunction orders. The Norwich Pharmacal applications resulted in the ground-breaking judgment of Wallbank J in KS v ZZ BVHICM 2020/0016 which confirmed the jurisdiction of the BVI Court to grant Norwich Pharmacal disclosure relief in aid of foreign proceedings

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