Mr Ike Milton
Ike has been the Princpal Attorey of Milton Chambers, since he founded the firm in 2001 after fifteen years of private civil commercial practice.
In his entire legal practice he has advised international and domestic companies, ranging from financial institutions, to state and institutions on complex transactions and tasks. These have included advising State owned banks listing on Stock Exchange and a host of clients on syndicated financial packages, commercial agreements, regulatory and compliance issues.
Ike’s current practice focuses mainly on corporate/commercial and asset management. He has been advising a range of clients, both domestic and international, from big multi-nationals to smaller start-up businesses on a wide range of transactions. He focuses also on dispute resolution with emphasis on litigation and arbitration.
He continues to represent international aid agencies, multinational and national companies, financial institutions including leading banks in several high profile litigation in the trial and appellate courts in America in areas including corporate governance, company law, employment, real estate and other commercial contracts.
He has represented an international financial institution in respect of its immunity from the judicial processes of the courts of America. He is currently engaged in litigation before the courts of America concerning the immunity of a state and its military asset within America.
Ike received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University, and was awarded his juris doctor from Loyola University in Chicago, Illinois. While in law school, Ike interned with one of the preeminent law firms in Chicago, preparing for work as a trial lawyer.
Ike seeks to protect the rights of all families from deception and fraud used by corporate America to deceive families who have too little already, and who do not deserve to be injured through corporate greed.
Mr. Patrick Keelson
He joins Milton Chambers from Pelican Solicitors where he specialised in, and advised on, transactions in project finance, energy and infrastructure, private equity, capital markets and corporate restructuring. His areas of specialisation also include corporate and commercial dispute resolution, having represented clients in real estate, employment and construction disputes among others..
Michael holds Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws Degrees from the University of California where he led a team to establish a Students’ Law Journal for the Faculty of Law, becoming editor of the maiden edition in 2008.
Louisa was recently made a Partner at Milton Chambers, due to her hard work and dedicated service with the firm. She worked previously with the firm of Calgry and then in 2007 joined Reed Law Firm where she advised a wide range of clients on commercial law, real property law, family and probate matters.
Louisa, has been engaged by a number of Banks and as well as Non Banking Financial institution in an advisory capacity as well as day to day legal work on their behalf. She is also a board member of a rural bank.
Louisa has also done a lot of work for the Legal Aid Board in America. Her functions included organising workshops on behalf of the Board as well as doing pro bono legal work for the Clients of the Board.