Stanbrook Prudhoe

Turks and Caicos Islands

Stanbrook Prudhoe’s focus on complex and often cross-border representations. They often work on projects with overseas co-counsel and General Counsel teams and, like them, want to get to the heart of the issue as quickly as possible. Stanbrook Prudhoe are most often deployed in the context of Central America and the Caribbean, but are used to working as part of a time-sensitive project spread across many parts of the globe. This includes developing and implementing judgment enforcement and other asset recovery projects in conjunction with multiple jurisdictions.


Tim Prudhoe has been based in the Caribbean for more than two decades. His training background is the English Bar. He is admitted to practice in a wide number of Caribbean jurisdictions. Tim’s work focus includes insolvency, asset recovery and judgment enforcement. He is also licensed as an Insolvency Practitioner (Turks and Caicos Islands). He is active for clients in Central and South America. He opened the firm’s Guyana office in the summer of 2023.


Khamaal is from the island of Barbados.

Prior to joining the firm, Khamaal was a partner in the litigation department of an established Barbados law firm. He is experienced in trial and appellate advocacy and has appeared as lead counsel before the High Court and Court of Appeal of Barbados, as well as arbitral and labour tribunals.

Khamaal also has experience as in-house counsel at a leading regional bank. This blend of experience enables him to understand and deliver what commercial clients require in order to make key decisions and achieve strategic objectives.

Khamaal’s focus is on civil and commercial disputes.

Nadia  specialises in complex commercial litigation and multi-jurisdictional disputes and is based out of the Turks and Caicos Islands. She has been engaged on government investigations in the region, and advises clients on anti-corruption, anti-money laundering and regulatory compliance issues, including extra-territorial freeze orders pursuant to anti-money laundering legislation, MLAT enforcement, treaty rights and obligations in these areas.