Bartlett D. Morgan is an experienced commercial litigator. He frequently acts for international and domestic clients in matters before the High Court, Court of Appeal, Caribbean Court of Justice and specialist tribunals.
He has substantial cross-sector experience and has represented clients in telecommunications, tourism, banking & finance, insurance, fintech, digital media, e-commerce, distribution, manufacturing and government.
Bartlett’s cases have involved questions of shareholder oppression, bankruptcy, receiverships, cross-border enforcement, immunity of international organizations, high value security enforcement, asset tracing, trust enforcement, defamation, judicial review and unfair dismissal. He also advises clients on complying with data privacy, cybersecurity and other digital law obligations, enforcing intellectual property rights, employment law matters and navigating various telecommunications regulatory frameworks in the Caribbean.
Bartlett is a respected thought leader on digital law and policy issues impacting the Caribbean. In this regard, he is regularly called upon to speak and write on issues at the intersection of law, policy and technology.
He is a member of the Barbados Bar Association, INSOL International, the Charted Institute of Arbitrators and the International Association of Privacy Professionals. He formerly served as the representative for the Caribbean and Latin America on the At-Large Advisory Committee which advises the board of directors of the International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers on Internet policy issues.
University of the West Indies, LLB. (Hons)
Norman Manley Law School, L.E.C