Phone: 868 299 0981
Mobile: 868 387 2693
1996: Trinidad & Tobago
Jonathan Walker’s core practice is in the area of litigation. He is trained in mediation and negotiation, and has experience in Constitutional and Administrative law. He has practised as an Advocate before the High Court, as well as before various tribunals such as the Controller of the Intellectual Property Office and various Commissions of Enquiry.
Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution including mediation and negotiation; commercial disputes – particularly matters involving issues in Insurance, Torts, Employment, Intellectual Property, Finance and Contract, Constitutional and Administrative Law.
Practising as an Advocate before High Court, Court of Appeal, and Industrial Court.
Assisting in the mentoring, training and development of Associates.
Jonathan Walker is featured with a No. 2 Ranking among the corporate/commercial lawyers in Trinidad & Tobago. A sample of the commentaries reported by Chambers Global include:
“is a well-respected dispute resolution practitioner who undertakes cases ranging from insurance and intellectual property to constitutional law. One highlight case saw him representing NCB Global Holdings in an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission into NCB’s proposed takeover of Guardian Holdings.” – 2019
“very knowledgeable in his field,” noting that “he always provides a good perspective on local and international matters.” – 2018
“draws praise for ‘his general strategic acumen in dealing with matters and his ability to understand and dissect agreements’.” – 2017
“his knowledge is very crisp, and he is easy to get along with.” – 2016
“described as “a standout lawyer“. – 2015
“very, very bright, a hard worker and a very shrewd tactician.” – 2014
“described as “incredibly responsive, extremely intelligent and diligent.” – 2013
Co-Author: “Stop Holding Me Back! Exposure to Withholding Tax in Cross-Border Contracts” Hamel-Smith Forum, Vol. 10 Issue 5, November 2018
Author: “Enforcement of Judgements”
Co-Author: “Alternative Dispute Resolution”; “Employment and Industrial Relations”
Crane v. Rees & Ors (2000) 60 WIR 409
Peters & Chaitan v. The Attorney General (2001) 62 WIR 244
1996: L.E.C. (Legal Education Certificate) Hugh Wooding Law School
1994: LL.B. The University of the West Indies