Kai McGriele is a partner in the Solomon Harris litigation group and has been with the firm since 2012. Formerly with Cadwalader (London) and Appleby (Jersey), Kai’s practice focuses on general commercial litigation with a particular emphasis on insolvency and restructuring, having represented liquidators, directors, and secured and unsecured creditors in both Cayman and foreign insolvency proceedings. Kai also has extensive experience representing both institutional trustees and beneficiaries in a variety of complex multi-jurisdictional trust disputes. Kai is both English and Cayman-qualified and in addition was called to the Jersey Bar as a Jersey advocate in 2012 (non-practising). Kai’s professional memberships include the Law Society of England and Wales, the Cayman Islands Law Society, INSOL, RISA, NAFER and STEP. Kai is also a member of the STEP Council Cayman.