Ben Adamson is a Director in the Litigation department in the Bermuda office of Conyers Dill & Pearman. Ben joined Conyers in 2003. His practice covers all aspects of commercial and civil litigation. Ben has been involved in a wide array of high value cross-border commercial disputes, such as the Masri litigation, the American Patriot litigation (Privy Council), and various Madoff related matters. Ben specialises in anti-suit injunctions, enforcement of foreign judgments and all aspects of interim relief. He frequently appears in the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal of Bermuda.
Ben was educated at Cambridge University (Gonville & Caius) and City University, London. He practiced at the London Bar from 1999 to 2003 as a barrister at Devereux Chambers, focusing on employment and administrative law, and was appointed to the Treasury Panel in 2001.
Ben is the Deputy Chairman of Bermuda’s Copyright Tribunal and the editor/contributor of numerous chapters on Bermuda law, including Kluwer’s Encyclopedia of International Law (Bermuda chapter).