Rebecca Hume handles international judgment enforcement, fraud and asset tracing, insolvency litigation, complex commercial disputes with particular emphasis on private equity, hedge funds, and joint venture and partnership disputes.
Her practice covers both offshore and onshore regions, and she represents shareholders and other stakeholders in both solvent and insolvent liquidations. She also regularly represents clients in high-stakes shareholder disputes including dissenters' rights matters.
Ms. Hume represents interests in the Cayman Islands and the UK in disputes related to the financial services and insurance industries, among others. Working frequently with onshore co-counsel, particularly in the United States, Ms. Hume strategizes to find creative, multijurisdictional solutions to recover assets for clients who include trustees, investors, creditors, managers, and independent directors of distressed investment funds. She also advocates for financial institutions and governments.
Global Arbitration Review recognized Ms. Hume as a leading lawyer in asset recovery, describing her as a “dedicated professional” for her work in the Cayman Islands.