About Hampson and Company

Hampson and Company is a well-regarded, boutique law firm in the Cayman Islands.

Our two senior attorneys, Graham Hampson and Paul Keeble, have nearly 60 years of combined litigation and courtroom experience. Our track record is proven.

Our experienced and candid approach ensures that you avoid litigation that is not economic or is unlikely to produce a desired result.

The Hampson and Company Approach

Hampson and Company Attorneys

Our approach to litigation focuses on identifying your requirements, and working with you to find an economically viable result.

At Hampson and Company we try to avoid expensive litigation and our priority is the skilled resolution of disputes. However, if principled resolution by negotiation isn’t possible, we will escort you through the complexities and strategic nuances of court proceedings.

You will benefit from our many years of advocacy and trial experience. Graham Hampson has appeared in many cases, a number of which are reported in the Cayman Islands Law Reports.

We realize that dispute resolution and court proceedings can be a lengthy and stressful experience for our clients. We are determined to achieve results as quickly as possible for you.

We will endeavour to keep you informed. You will take comfort in understanding an agreed litigation strategy and knowing the status of your case. You will be informed of the next step along the way and importantly you will know what the process is likely to cost.

Valuable Resources:

Significant Reported Cases in which we have Appeared:

1988-89

CILR 175 Russell v R Grand Court

1988-89

CILR 444 In re Cayman Capital Trust Co Grand Court

1988-89

CILR 498 Prendergast v Commissioner of Police Grand Court

1990-91

CILR 144 Margeson v R Grand Court

1990-91

CILR 235 McNulty v R Grand Court

1990-91

CILR 250 Margeson v R Court of Appeal

1990-91

CILR 294 R v Thomas Grand Court

1990-91

CILR 265 Prendergast v Commissioner of Police Court of Appeal

1992-93

CILR 16 F v F Grand Court

1992-93

CILR 141 Jackson v Sunshine Realty Grand Court

1992-93

CILR 225 Nicoletta v R Grand Court

1992-93

CILR 263 R v D Ebanks Grand Court

1992-93

CILR 304 Logan v R Court of Appeal

1992-93

CILR 394 D Powery v R Grand Court

1992-93

CILR 613 Scott v R Grand Court

1994-95

CILR 373 Powery v R Court of Appeal

1994-95

CILR 417 Miller v Summary Court Grand Court

1994-95

CILR 445 Young v Gordon Grand Court

1994-95

CILR 512 Watler v Whittaker Grand Court

1996

CILR Note 7a Gee v R Court of Appeal

1996

CILR Note 7a Gee v R Court of Appeal

1997

CILR Note 14c Proprietors, Strata Plan NO 39 v Beach Bay Dev Co Ltd Grand Court

1997

CILR 433 Miller v R Grand Court

1998

CILR 148 Islena Airlines v Jefferson Grand Court

1998

CILR 161 Miller v R Court of Appeal

1998

CILR 166 Nicoletta v R Grand Court

1998

CILR Note 2b Johns v Johns Grand Court

1998

CILR 357 Streeter v Immigration Bd Grand Court

1999

CILR Note 6a Willyard v Carribbean Utilities Co Ltd Grand Court

2000

CILR Note 17a R v Tibbets (DW) Grand Court

2000

CILR Note 12b Connolly v Miller Grand Court

2001

CILR Note 9 Zuiderent v Zuiderent Grand Court

2001

CILR Note 25 Grand Cayman Golf Resorts Ltd v East End Aggregate Ltd Court of Appeal

2002

CILR 314 Edun v R Grand Court

2002

CILR Note 17 Terry v R Court of Appeal

2008

CILR 103 CIBC v Christiansen Grand Court

2008

CILR Note 19 Sagicor Gen Ins v Crawford Adjusters Grand Court

2008

CILR 482 Sagicor Gen Ins v Crawford Adjusters Grand Court

Cayman Islands Law

Cayman Islands law has evolved as rapidly as its meteoric development as an offshore centre. Nevertheless our jurisprudence still draws heavily on UK law and precedent. In cases of complexity, pressing importance or high value, we may consult with UK lawyers who are specialists in the particular field of dispute. We have a tried and tested portfolio of relationships with leading counsel. We will happily draw on their specialized knowledge and their research facilities for you.

Hampson and Company attorneys are available to provide advice and representation before any Cayman Islands court or tribunal, at any stage of the proceedings.