Our Offshore Lawyers Worldwide Anguilla Sao Paulo British Virgin Islands Cayman Islands Cyprus Vancouver Hong Kong London Montevideo Singapore Tokyo Shanghai Bermuda

Lachlan Greig Associate

Cayman Islands
+1 345 815 2978
+1 345 516 2978

Expertise and Professional Background

Lachlan is an Associate in Harneys’ Cayman Islands office and practices general commercial litigation and insolvency. He has acted on a variety of matters in the Cayman Islands and Australia (including acting for receivers and managers, administrators, provisional and official liquidators and creditors). Recently, Lachlan has acted in shareholder disputes and on the company side in numerous share valuation proceedings under section 238 of the Cayman Islands’ Companies Law. Lachlan regularly works with the Harneys team in Hong Kong.

Prior to joining Harneys, Lachlan was a solicitor in Sydney at Henry Davis York and subsequently at Baker & McKenzie.

Lachlan regularly co-authors articles with his Harneys colleagues and contributes to The Offshore Litigation Blog, a Harneys blog that shares news and views about litigation, dispute resolution, restructuring and insolvency offshore. 

Lachlan is admitted to practice as an attorney in the Cayman Islands and as a solicitor in the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia. He is a professional member of the Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association and a member of the Cayman Islands Recovery & Insolvency Specialists Association.

Education & Admissions

University of New South Wales (LLB) 2010
Bar Admissions
Supreme Court of New South Wales 2011
High Court of Australia 2011
Cayman Islands 2016


Cayman Islands
Restructuring and Insolvency
Cayman Litigation & Insolvency


During 2016, shareholders in Cayman Islands companies often availed themselves of the Court procedure for determining the fair value of their shares. That trend is likely to continue into 2017. A substantial driver of this has been the perceived... read more

Latest Deals

Harneys is pleased to announce that it has forged a new path in Cayman Islands law, acting for the applicant in obtaining the Grand Court’s approval of a third party litigation funding agreement. The Grand Court’s ruling in A Company v A... read more