September 26, 2020

Appleby’s Litigation & Insolvency Practice Group added two new associates recently with the addition of Jeremy Snead and Anna Gilbert from Mayer Brown International LLP.


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Anna Gilbert (L) and Jeremy Snead joined Appleby’s Litigation & Insolvency Practice Group in May 2012.

Jeremy will focus on banking and funds litigation, corporate dispute resolution, fraud litigation, insolvency and restructuring. He also has extensive knowledge of retention of title clauses, contractual interpretation, negligence and asset recovery.

Jeremy is a graduate of the University College of London, where he obtained his Bachelors of Laws with First Class Honours. He then went on to complete the Legal Practice Course receiving a Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice with Commendation from Nottingham Trent University.

Anna will specialise in corporate dispute resolution, arbitration and mediation, banking litigation and negligence claims. While at Mayer Brown, Anna gained a wide range of experience including acting on behalf of corporate clients on a variety of high value contractual disputes and defending arbitration proceedings. She routinely advised on aspects of international arbitration practice and procedure and also worked on a number of regulatory investigations involving alleged breaches of tax and securities law.

Anna received her Bachelor of Laws Degree with Upper Second Class Honours from the University of Bristol and completed her Legal Practice Course receiving a Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice with Distinction from the University of the West of England, Bristol.

Jeremy Walton, Head of the Cayman Litigation & Insolvency Practice Group, commented “we are delighted to welcome Jeremy and Anna to our practice: their experience will further enhance our market-leading position both on and off the island. Our team is dedicated to delivering the highest standards of service to our clients, and their addition will enable us to continue to do so.”


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