Graham has over 30 years’ experience of litigation and specialises in international asset tracing, commercial, banking and trust litigation and insolvency work. He also has extensive experience in professional negligence claims whether in the legal, medical or accountancy field and of late experience in disputes arising from the telecommunications legislation enacted in the Cayman Islands. He has considerable advocacy experience and has been involved in many of the larger trust and asset tracing cases to appear before the Cayman Court.
Graham is listed in the “Who’s Who Legal 2012” as a leading lawyer in Commercial Litigation in the Cayman Islands and as a leading individual in Chambers Global 2012 where he is quoted as being “well respected for his long-standing experience” and is stated as being regarded as a “really strong litigator”.
Graham was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2004 and is also an accredited mediator.
Cable & Wireless (CI) Ltd v. ICTA 2007 CILR 273
Deutsch- Südamerikanische Bank A.G. v Codelco 1996 CILR 1
Grupo Torras S.A. v Bank of Butterfield 2002 CILR 550
Wahr Hansen v Compass Trust 2007 CILR 555
Re Omni Securities (No 5)  CILR 187;
Omni Securities –v- Deloitte Touche  CILR 102 CA
Graham has co-authored the Cayman Islands chapter for the following publications:
Getting the Deal Through, Dispute Resolution;
Getting the Deal Through, Insolvency and Restructuring;
International Fraud and Asset Tracing;
Cross-Border Handbook – Dispute Resolution Handbook; and