Acting (led by Daniel Saoul QC) in a claim for unfair prejudice and unlawful means conspiracy in the BVI Commercial Court.
Mark Cullen specialises in commercial litigation, with a particular focus on: (i) offshore work; (ii) commercial fraud; and (iii) claims against professionals.
As well as being called to the Bar of England and Wales, Mark has been admitted as an Attorney at Law in the Cayman Islands and as a Barrister of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (British Virgin Islands).
Mark has experience of a range of onshore and offshore commercial litigation, in particular involving civil fraud, claims against directors and shareholder disputes. As well as trials, Mark has experience of various interlocutory hearings, including applications for freezing injunctions, disclosure and security for costs.
Mark’s commercial work is complemented by his thriving professional liability practice, which has an emphasis on claims arising in an international context, fraud claims against professionals and claims arising from complex commercial transactions.
Mark’s previous experience includes working as the Judicial Assistant to Lord Justice Maurice Kay, then the Vice-President of the Court of Appeal (Civil Division). During this time, Mark was involved in a number of high profile cases and gained an invaluable insight into the appellate process.
Mark holds a M.A. in Law and a first class LL.M. from Jesus College, University of Cambridge, where he was awarded a Foundation Scholarship. He was called to the Bar by Inner Temple in 2013, having been awarded a Major Scholarship and Duke of Edinburgh Entrance Award for his BPTC year.