David practised as a self-employed English barrister for nearly 10 years before returning to Jersey. He is a litigator with a proven track record, delivering results in challenging, complex, high-value cases, through innovative commercial strategies involving where necessary technology and electronic data. Recent cases have involved trust and estates, funds, fraud, insolvency, competition law, proceeds of crime, money laundering and other regulatory issues.
He is an Accredited Mediator and Crown Advocate and is highly regarded for his court-room skills. Chambers 2013 includes David in Band One in their "Leaders in their Field" listing and describe David as a "standout lawyer" and Chambers 2012 also notes that he "is extremely easy to work with, articulate, thorough and realistic in his advice and guidance, whilst remaining mindful of the client's objectives". David is recognised as a highly rated leading individual by the current Legal 500, has been acknowledged as a "prominent figure" in the "Leading Lawyers Contentious Trusts" category in the 2012 and 2013 Citywealth Leaders List.
He was the author of the Jersey Chapter in the International Guide to Money Laundering Law and Practice (2009) (Bloomsbury Professional).
He recently chaired a seminar on "Managing the risk and avoiding the crisis" in relation to electronic data and is one of the Track Chairs for the 2013 Law Via the Internet Conference (http://www.jerseylvi2013.org/) scheduled for September 2013.
Professional: Advocate - Jersey, Barrister* - England & Wales, ADR Accredited Mediator, Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists. Member of the Commercial Fraud Lawyers Association.
May 14 2013
Litigation Partner, David Cadin, and Associate, Dina El-Gazzar, recently obtained orders from the Master of the Royal Court which extended the boundaries of discovery in Jersey.
Mar 28 2013
Bedell Cristin hosted a seminar yesterday, Thursday 14 March, at the Old Government House Hotel in Guernsey on the subject of data management and, in particular, electronic data management.
Mar 15 2013
Alasdair Davidson and Jon Barclay write the Guernsey chapter and David Cadin and Dina El-Gazzar write the Jersey chapter of the fifth edition of The Dispute Resolution Review. Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article
was first published in The Dispute Resolution Review, 5th edition
(published in February 2013 – editor Richard Clark). For further
information please email Adam.Sargent@lbresearch.com
Alasdair Davidson and Jon Barclay write the Guernsey chapter and David Cadin and Dina El-Gazzar write the Jersey chapter of the fifth edition of The Dispute Resolution Review.
Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in The Dispute Resolution Review, 5th edition (published in February 2013 – editor Richard Clark). For further information please email Adam.Sargent@lbresearch.com
Mar 11 2013
David Cadin looks at the increasing mountain of data generated and stored by businesses - published in the JEP Law & Accountancy Review - 13 February 2013.
Feb 13 2013
The Supreme Court has now given its judgment on the eagerly awaited appeal by Prudential regarding whether or not legal advice privilege should be extended to communications in connection with advice given by professional people who are not qualified lawyers.
Feb 05 2013
Bedell Cristin hosted a seminar on 17 January 2013 for nearly 100 clients on the subject of data management, and in particular electronic data management.
Jan 22 2013
A new briefing explaining the crime/fraud exception to legal professional privilege, considering the position in Jersey in light of a recent English case.
Nov 08 2012