Urmi Ahmed is a member of our Litigation, Insolvency and Restructuring team in the British Virgin Islands. She joined us in 2017 in our Cayman Islands office. Urmi has experience in a broad range of matters including contractual disputes, shareholder disputes and cross border liquidations.
Prior to joining us, Urmi worked with other law firms in the Cayman Islands and in England, working on high profile commercial and trust litigation cases.
Examples of Urmi’s experience include:
- Involvement in the largest trial in the history of the Cayman Islands jurisdiction regarding allegations of fraud arising from one of the largest corporate collapses of the financial crisis is a US$9.2 billion (Ahmad Hamad Algosaibi & Brothers Company (AHAB) v Al-Sanea & Ors)
- Assisting in advising the joint provisional liquidators in one of the world’s largest ever restructurings of debt in the sum of US$3.7 billion through schemes of arrangement (Ocean Rig UDW Inc)
- Representing companies in a series of high value and highly contentious share valuation proceedings
- Successfully acting for the defendant in a dispute relating to millions held in a Lichtenstein Foundation (Hamilton v Hamilton)