Publications June 11, 2014
William McGovern Discusses Asia’s Increased Focus on Global Banking Investigations in The Wall Street Journal
William F. McGovern discusses how and, more importantly, where Asian regulatory investigations will affect internationally based financial institutions.
Publications June 1, 2014
Kobre & Kim’s Offshore Tax Team Discusses FATCA’S Global Reach and Implications for Offshore Professionals
In this article, Eric J. Snyder and Benjamin J.A. Sauter share their views on how foreign governments and offshore financial institutions are handling Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act compliance issues with respect to U.S. account holders.
Publications March 24, 2014
The American Lawyer recently published a profile of Kobre & Kim’s representation of Chevron in litigation against gaming billionaire Russell DeLeon in his role as the litigation funder behind Steven Donziger’s multibillion-dollar Ecuadorian pollution lawsuit against Chevron.
Publications March 11, 2014
Kobre & Kim partnered with the Association of Corporate Counsel for a live webinar, which took place on April 24, 2014, to discuss the hot-button issue of enforcing international judgments and arbitration awards.
Publications February 17, 2014
Steven G. Kobre, co-founder of the firm, has been named one of the world’s leading investigations lawyers for 2014 by the publishers of Global Investigations Review. Mr. Kobre has earned a reputation as a foremost authority in this field for his numerous, successful government investigation and enforcement defense matters.
Publications October 14, 2013
Several members of Kobre & Kim’s International Judgment and Asset Recovery team have authored three chapters in the 2014 edition of Getting the Deal Through: Asset Recovery.
Publications October 10, 2013
Kobre & Kim Lawyers Contribute to Getting the Deal Through: Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in the Cayman Islands 2014
James Corbett QC and Pamella Mendez co-authored a chapter on the enforcement of foreign judgments in the Cayman Islands, exploring the common law provisions and principles the country provides in aid of the enforcement of foreign judgments.
Publications December 1, 2012
In this industry news update, experienced British Virgin Islands (BVI)practitioner Peter Tyers-Smith provides a synopsis of recent trends in the recognition and enforcement of cross-border insolvency judgments in the BVI, particularly in the context of U.S. judgments in the BVI.