NADINE WHYTE LAINGPartner
- University of the West Indies, BA (Hons); LL.B (Hons)
- Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica, Certificate of Legal Education
Nadine Whyte Laing advises in all types of commercial litigation, corporate insolvency, and probate litigation matters. Among the many cases handled, in 2015 she assisted Mr. Paul Dennis, QC in successfully obtaining an order in the Commercial Court, setting aside an injunction in the ongoing $500 million Hualon Corporation v Marty Limited litigation.
Ms. Whyte Laing was named an O’Neal Webster partner in 2017.
Prior to joining O’Neal Webster, Ms. Whyte Laing was the Deputy Registrar of the BVI High Court Registry with responsibility for probate and other quasi-judicial matters. She also acted as the Judicial Assistant to one of the Judges of the High Court of the Eastern Supreme Court in Tortola between June 2006 and May 2008 and was a Crown Counsel at the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions in Jamaica.
- “Rising Star” IFLR 1000
- “Outstanding professional.” Legal500
O’Neal Webster Successfully Defends Eastern Caribbean Central Bank in Multi-Million Dollar Claim
TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, May 5, 2021 - The O’Neal Webster legal team of Paul Dennis, Q.C. and Nadine Whyte Laing successfully defended the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank against claims in ex... Read More
O’Neal Webster Advises on JPY 3.8 Billion British Virgin Islands Plan of Arrangement
O’Neal Webster has advised on a JPY 3.8 billion British Virgin Islands plan of arrangement which was recently approved by the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (British Virgin Islands) on April 6, 2... Read More
Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court Adopts Measures to Ensure Continuity in Response to COVID-19 Impact
O’Neal Webster hopes that you, your family, your co-workers, and communities are staying healthy and positive during these challenging times. With the surge of the new coronavirus COVID-19 cases a... Read More
Revisiting and Resisting Freezing Orders
Freezing orders are one of the most important weapons in a court’s arsenal to prevent parties from disposing of or dissipating assets to ensure they will be available to satisfy a potential fut... Read More