PRO In-depth

The Asset Tracing and Recovery Review

Fraud lawyers have to be internationally minded. The growing international and technical complexity of fraud will continue to outstrip the ability of any one person to understand or remedy it. One of the heartening things about the legal profession over the past 25 years or so is the growth of an international community of lawyers specialising in fraud and asset tracing work who share knowledge and experience with each other about the events in their fields. We hope this book continues to be a useful contribution to that community.

Content

  • Editor's Preface

Jurisdictions

  • ArgentinaMarval O'Farrell Mairal
  • AustraliaAllens
  • AustriaWolf Theiss
  • BelgiumStibbe
  • BrazilSiqueira Castro Advogados
  • British Virgin IslandsKobre & Kim LLP
  • CanadaBaker McKenzie
  • ChileBofill Escobar Silva Abogados
  • ChinaHan Kun Law Offices
  • CyprusMichael Kyprianou & Co LLC
  • DenmarkBech-Bruun
  • GermanyMETIS Rechtsanwalte
  • Hong KongKobre & Kim LLP
  • IndiaAarna Law
  • ItalyStudio Legale Pisano
  • LiechtensteinGasser Partner
  • LuxembourgArendt & Medernach
  • MalaysiaRahmat Lim & Partners
  • MexicoHogan Lovells
  • MonacoDonald Manasse Law Offices
  • NetherlandsAllen & Overy LLP
  • PortugalUría Menéndez
  • RussiaCMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
  • SingaporeAllen & Gledhill LLP
  • South KoreaKobre & Kim LLP
  • SpainSquire Patton Boggs
  • SwitzerlandMonfrini Bitton Klein
  • United Kingdom - England & WalesRobert Hunter Consultants
  • USASteptoe & Johnson LLP