Collas Crill’s Cayman Islands' appraisal practice is headed by Partner Rocco Cecere, who is recognised as a leading practitioner in the field. Rocco’s team has significant experience in appraisal litigation.
Rocco is a member of the Grand Court’s users committee which drafted the procedural rules governing appraisals matters. The Cayman Islands' merger regime is a relatively new and evolving law. Our cross-border team acts on dissenter and company side, from pre-merger stage all the way through to trail and any appeals.
Our recent cases include:
For more information please contact Rocco on +1 345 914 9630 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cecere is very much one of the leading litigators on shareholder litigation on the dissenter side.
They have a deep bench with solid experience of all matters pertaining to commercial litigation. Collas Crill are a pleasure to work with.
They have strong connections with China and the US. Collas Crill coordinate the international aspects well, and there is a seamless link.
Rocco has been exceptional at coordinating processes across different firms sand experts in many different jurisdictions. He is by far the most effective partner in Cayman for 238 appraisal actions, and we would work with no one else.
Rocco has proven exceptionally effective in complex matters requiring nimble and persuasive reasoning. He has been exceptional at coordinating processes across different firms sand experts in many different jurisdictions.
Rocco and the team he has built are by far the most effective in this space.
Collas Crill have good international connections and the ability to coordinate workstreams across multiple jurisdictions
Management of interim payments from the company at the outset of the proceedings. Interim payments are typically paid by the company pursuant to a private agreement with the dissenter. Interim payments are generally in the amount of the merger price, or with some small discount applied. If agreement cannot be reached as to the amount of the interim payment, a dissenter may apply to the court for an order requiring the company to pay the interim payment.
Facilitating disclosure process against third parties across the globe
Our team acts either on both the dissenter or company side in fair value trials which come before the Cayman Islands Court.
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