Jeremy Snead is Counsel in the dispute resolution practice group. Jeremy’s practice is focused on banking and funds litigation, corporate dispute resolution, fraud litigation, insolvency litigation and insolvency and restructuring.
Prior to joining Appleby in 2012, Jeremy was a litigator at Mayer Brown international LLP where he focused primarily on restructuring, bankruptcy and insolvency matters. Since starting work in the Cayman Islands Jeremy has acted on various insolvency matters, shareholder and fund disputes. Jeremy was also admitted to the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, British Virgin Islands Circuit in 2014 and appeared in a lengthy trial in that jurisdiction.
Jeremy has advised extensively in the Cayman Islands on claims available to liquidators and the exercise of liquidators’ powers, including appearing in numerous sanction applications, obtaining the first conditional fee arrangement for Cayman Attorneys to represent liquidators in the Cayman Islands, and engaging foreign attorneys on alternative fee arrangements. In 2019. Chambers Global described Jeremy as "good both in court and on paper".
Throughout his career, Jeremy has acted in relation to various pro bono matters, including the formation of charities, claims for criminal injuries compensation and disability living allowance, legal advice at the Royal Courts of Justice Citizens Advice Bureau in London and most recently advising with the Legal Befrienders Scheme in the Cayman Islands.
Jeremy is also heavily involved with the Cayman Chapter of the Restructuring & Insolvency Specialists Association and has arranged various community events such as charity golf days and Lionfish culling trips.