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How the Cayman Islands courts can assist parties in foreign proceedings

Cayman Islands entities feature heavily in cross-border investment and debt structures and are very often involved in foreign litigation or arbitrations, either as defendants or as third parties who may hold information or assets relevant to the foreign proceedings. This guide considers how the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands can assist foreign parties at all stages of foreign proceedings.

The Cayman Islands' financial services industry is supported by world class professionals, and a sophisticated, robust and reliable legal system based on English law. The Financial Services Division of the Grand Court was established to deal with complex, financial services litigation and commercial litigation, much of it with a cross-border element.

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Collas Crill's Cayman Islands dispute resolution team has strong expertise in assisting foreign litigants in obtaining relief in aid of foreign proceedings. With a significant depth of knowledge, we pride ourselves on being responsive and easy to do business with, and we have a thoughtful approach to ensuring our clients meet their objectives.

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