Jannika Glendon focuses her practice on dispute resolution issues, including contested estates, acting for high net worth individuals in private trust disputes, as well as commercial dispute resolution and arbitration.
Acting for a high net worth family in a highly contentious estate dispute seeking proof of a will in solemn form. The case involves numerous defendants outside of the jurisdiction and is interlaced with the client’s foreign proceedings in Belgium and Russia, and until recently, the BVI. Also acting in another related dispute over the shares in the claimant’s BVI company, and which involves allegations of fraud and sham documents, and inconsistent foreign law documents.
Acting in a contested estate matter for an individual seeking cross examination of the defendants (certain family members) in relation to a purported testamentary instrument.
Advised on the Dawson Damer case; a large scale and high profile claims in the Bahamas, which involved a disclosure application pursuant to the Data Protection Act (UK and the Bahamas), as well as claims against the client’s former trustees.
Acted for a large automation and automobile part manufacturer in a multi-jurisdictional “battle of the forms” dispute over the terms of the parties’ respective terms and conditions.
Advising an offshore company in a number of connected disputes (The Bahamas), including resistance of a mareva injunction brought by the defendant.
Assisted on an arbitration claim against the State of Romania; an arbitration claim for breach of contract; assisting with the disclosure exercise and research on contractual interpretation; and in preparation of a case summary for the purpose of obtaining litigation funding for a tortious/breach of contract claim by our client against the Ivorian Coast Government.
Assisted in acting for a large performing surface technologies company negotiating a settlement agreement in relation to a claim of breach of contract.
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