Satya Jeremie has a broad international practice in commercial, regulatory, public law, and defamation matters. Within those areas, she is regularly asked to work on matters which directly or indirectly produce wide scale, permanent beneficial change, and positively impact and augment the wellbeing of large groups of individuals.
Current work includes:
Recently putting together a multi disciplinary team of lawyers from the UK and the US, including a recently retired Court of Appeal judge to pursue a group claim on behalf of abused female gymnasts;
Working on public law challenges for three ancillary claimants in claims arising out of a joint venture to manage and grow a pool of assets within the energy sector in the Commercial Court and in the ECSC Court of Appeal;
Working with the ILP, along with an international network of lawyers, to hold economic actors to account for their actions, including deflecting and neutralising the effects of SLAPP action for international clients based in England and Pakistan among other locations;
Advising debenture holders on disputes with the All England Lawn Tennis Club arising out of the cancellation of the 134th Championships;
Working on a matter in which a Swiss bank was seeking to enforce payment under Settlement Agreement. Opposed by paying party on basis of alleged material non-disclosure;
Two defamation claims against ANL in which significant damages and costs were recovered;
Advising a Trinidadian State Corporation as Respondent to an appeal in the Privy Council;
BVI – claim against Nevis trustee co for breach of trust.
- LLM (Merit) University of London, Kings’ College (Company Law, Corporate Insolvency, Legal Aspects of International Finance, International Economic Law).
- LLB (Hons) University of the West Indies, Bridgetown, Barbados (Law).