Tim Prudhoe is a partner with the litigation boutique Kobre & Kim LLP. He is an experienced litigator with extensive experience in relation to offshore financial centres, also known as 'tax havens'. In addition to his work in the BVI, Turks & Caicos Islands, Bermuda and several other offshore jurisdictions, he also undertakes work in the English courts. His unique combination of onshore and offshore trial experience is especially suited to multi-jurisdictional disputes, specifically involving complex financial structures. In addition, Mr. Prudhoe has experience of litigating inbound overseas regulatory information and documentation requests and has acted both for and against government bodies both pre and post-judgment on complex commercial litigation throughout the Caribbean.
He was called as a Barrister in his original jurisdiction of admission (England & Wales) in 1994. Prior to joining Kobre & Kim, Mr. Prudhoe was based in the Caribbean where his work spanned the major offshore financial centres, representing clients across a wide range of jurisdictions in disputes involving contentious insolvency, commercial litigation and arbitral disputes relating to the fiduciary and financial services industries.