Publications August 11, 2016

Jef Klazen Explores Fund-Recovery Options for Bitfinex Hack Victims

In a recent Bloomberg News article, Jef Klazen discusses the legal liabilities facing hacked Hong Kong bitcoin exchange Bitfinex — the largest bitcoin exchange for the U.S. dollar prior to the attack.

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Publications August 10, 2016

Tim Prudhoe and Anna Gilbert Discuss How Creditors Can Benefits from the ‘Panama Papers’ Leak

The “Panama Papers” marks the single greatest leak of confidential information to date. In an article published in the August issue of The Corporate Counselor, Tim Prudhoe and Anna Gilbert discuss the unprecedented opportunities available to creditors following the release of this data, about 11.5 million documents, from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca.

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Publications August 5, 2016

Shaun Wu and Vasu Muthyala Discuss the Most Pressing Issues for Multinational Companies Operating in Asia

Hong Kong-based investigations lawyers Vasu Muthyala and Shaun Wu spoke with the Asia Business Law Journal about top concerns for companies operating in Asia.

 

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Publications August 5, 2016

Rebecca Hume, Jeremy Hollembeak, and Anna Gilbert Explore How International Litigants Can Use Chapter 15 to Optimize Financial Recoveries in Foreign Insolvency Proceedings

In an article in the August issue of The Bankruptcy Strategist, Rebecca Hume, Jeremy Hollembeak, and Anna Gilbert discuss the novel and evolving role that Chapter 15 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code can play in cross-border bankruptcy proceedings. 

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Publications July 8, 2016

Robin Rathmell Discusses How Brexit Will Impact Foreign Companies with Litigation Pending in UK Courts

In light of the UK’s historic vote to leave the EU, dually qualified English barrister and U.S. lawyer Robin Rathmell spoke with InsideCounsel about the challenges and opportunities facing companies litigating in the UK.

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Publications July 1, 2016

Robert Henoch and Benjamin Sauter Explore the U.S. Government’s Far-Reaching Power of Civil Asset Forfeiture and What Foreign Foundations and Fiduciaries Need to Know to Prepare

In an article published in the July 2016 issue of Trusts and Trustees, Government Enforcement Defense lawyers Robert Henoch and Benjamin Sauter explore the U.S. government’s recent use of civil asset forfeiture actions in its offshore enforcement strategy.

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Publications June 30, 2016

Matthew Menchel Recognized as a Leading Trial Practitioner in Law 360

Matthew Menchel, acclaimed trial lawyer and director of Kobre & Kim’s Center for Trial Advocacy, was featured in the “Trial Pros” Law360 series.

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Publications June 30, 2016

Tim Prudhoe and Anna Gilbert Discuss the Opportunities for Creditors Following the Panama Papers Saga

In articles published in Global Banking & Finance Review and Wealth Briefing, offshore litigators Tim Prudhoe and Anna Gilbert address the unprecedented opportunities that the leak of 2.6 million terabytes of electronic documents from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca has generated for creditors.

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Publications June 27, 2016

Michael Kim, Randall Arthur, and Kelly Spatola Provide 5 Steps for Victims of Email Fraud to Trace and Recover Stolen Assets

In an article published in Legaltech News, the authors offer a step-by-step guide of what a victim of email fraud should do to increase chances of recovery, including how to immediately freeze the funds, notify counsel, and work with local authorities.  

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Publications June 1, 2016

Michael Kim, Randall Arthur, and Kelly Spatola Provide Advice for Finance Professionals Whose Organizations Have Fallen Victim to Business Email Compromise

In an article for AFP Exchange, Michael Kim, Randall Arthur, and Kelly Spatola discuss the steps that financial professionals should take when their organizations fall victim to a business email compromise (BEC) scam. 

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Publications May 28, 2016

Government Defense Lawyer Vasu Muthyala Addresses the Growing Scrutiny Chinese Firms Face From U.S. Regulators

Former federal prosecutor Vasu Muthyala provides insight into the scrutiny Chinese companies face following the news that Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba is the target of an ongoing investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission in The Economist

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Publications May 10, 2016

IP Trial Lawyer Michael Ng Explores the Newest Federal Trade Secrets Law and Its Impact on U.S. Companies

San Francisco-based IP trial lawyer Michael Ng discusses the passage of the federal trade secrets act and implications for U.S. companies in Fast Company magazine.

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Publications May 1, 2016

Vasu Muthyala Discusses the Corruption Risk for Multinational Companies in India

Asia-based government enforcement defense lawyer Vasu Muthyala, a former U.S. federal prosecutor, explores the risk of regulatory investigations for companies operating in India in Today’s General Counsel

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Publications April 27, 2016

John Couriel and Andrew Wang Detail the New DOJ Cooperation Policy and the Importance of Investigation Planning for Latin American Companies

Government enforcement defense lawyers John Couriel, based in Miami, and Andrew Wang explore the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) increased focus on pursuing prosecutions against individuals for corporate misdeeds, and the particular impact it has had on companies and government officials in Latin America. 

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Publications April 21, 2016

Michael Ng and Robert Henoch Explore Litigation Funding as a Solution for Israeli Tech Companies

IP litigation lawyer Michael Ng, based in the firm’s San Francisco office, and Israel-based lawyer Robert Henoch discuss litigation funding as a potential business solution for Israeli tech companies involved in intellectual property disputes in the latest edition of Legal Business magazine. 

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