November 16, 2017
Publication: Getting the Deal Through: Asset Recovery
Members of our global asset recovery and international judgment enforcement team analyze the landscape for asset tracing and recovery in the U.S., Korea, Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands in the latest edition of Getting the Deal Through. The locally qualified lawyers offer insight on local legislative considerations when conducting investigations, restrictions on parallel civil and criminal proceedings, admissibility of evidence and obtaining evidence from other jurisdictions, post-judgment relief and enforcement, and funding and costs. The team comprises Jef Klazen, Carrie Tendler and Michael Sanfilippo for the U.S. chapter; Michael Kim, Robin Baik, S. Nathan Park and guest authors from Korean law firm Shin & Kim for the Korea chapter; Jalil Asif KC, James Corbett KC and Pamella Mitchell for the Cayman Islands chapter; and Tim Prudhoe and Alexander Heylin for the British Virgin Islands chapter.
Read each chapter here:
Getting the Deal Through: Asset Recovery: U.S.
Getting the Deal Through: Asset Recovery: Korea
Getting the Deal Through: Asset Recovery: Cayman Islands