News

Many of our engagements involve matters in which our clients face significant public attention. The following is a list of news stories about the firm, our clients, cases and the results we have achieved.


Publications February 19, 2019

Beau Barnes Evaluates the ‘Fine Art of Evading Sanctions’ in The Media Line

Kobre & Kim attorney Beau Barnes evaluates the use of Iran’s art market to export art and find profit without facing U.S. sanctions and financial penalties in a discussion with the independent Middle East-focused news agency The Media Line.

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Publications February 13, 2019

Kobre & Kim Discusses Asset Recovery in HNWI Divorce Cases with Citywealth Magazine

London-based Kobre & Kim attorneys with experiential expertise in criminal and civil asset forfeiture, Jason Masimore and Leonora Sagan, spoke with Citywealth Magazine on the various stages and methods of asset recovery in divorce settlements involving high-net-worth individuals, or HNWI’s.

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Events February 13, 2019

Benjamin Sauter Discusses Cryptocurrency in Asia at the IBA Asia Pacific Regional Forum

Kobre & Kim attorney Benjamin Sauter will discuss the regulatory and policy landscape surrounding cryptocurrency at the International Bar Association’s Asia Pacific Forum on February 28.

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Events February 13, 2019

Jeremy Hollembeak to Deliver Webinar on Ultra Petroleum, Make Whole Premiums and Bankruptcy Litigation

With his expertise in bankruptcy and debtor-creditor litigation, Kobre & Kim attorney Jeremy Hollembeak will discuss changes to the treatment of Make-Whole Premiums following the U.S. 5th Circuit's decision in In Re: Ultra Petroleum Corporation during a webinar hosted by the American Bar Association on February 19.

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Events February 8, 2019

Beau Barnes Examines U.S. Enforcement of Venezuelan Sanctions in 2018

Beau Barnes will join a panel of experts to discuss the development and enforcement of U.S. sanctions in Venezuela at the American Bar Association’s event entitled “2018 U.S. Sanctions Year-in-Review” in Washington D.C. on February 19.

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Publications February 7, 2019

Beau Barnes Evaluates the ‘New Iranian Sanctions-busting Cryptocurrency’ in The Media Line

Kobre & Kim attorney Beau Barnes evaluates the recent launch of an Iranian, gold-backed cryptocurrency and what it means for the country’s economy in a discussion with the independent Middle East-focused news agency The Media Line.

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Publications February 7, 2019

Andrew Stafford QC Analyzes the Potential Impact of No-Deal Brexit on Cross-Border Litigation with The Times

London-based Kobre & Kim attorney Andrew Stafford QC discusses the potential complications a no-deal Brexit would have on cross-border dispute resolution in The Times.

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Firm News February 6, 2019

Jason Masimore Discusses the Future of U.S. Wealth Advisement in Citywealth Magazine

London-based Kobre & Kim attorney Jason Masimore spoke with Citywealth Magazine, which has an audience of UK-based high-net-worth individuals (HNWI’s), on the future of wealth advisement for private clients and their families within the U.S. wealth market.

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Events February 5, 2019

Robin Rathmell Explores Private Client Asset Forfeiture Defense at the Cambridge Forum

Kobre & Kim attorney Robin Rathmell analyzes the relationship between onshore and offshore jurisdictions in asset forfeiture actions at the Cambridge Forum on Protecting the Wealthy, their Assets and Advisors on February 11.

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Publications January 31, 2019

AmLaw: “How Judgment Bloodhounds at Kobre & Kim Help Winners Get Paid”

Two of Kobre & Kim’s international judgment enforcement and asset recovery specialists – attorneys John Han and Christopher Cogburn– discuss what it takes to secure high-value arbitration awards in complex, cross-border litigation matters both onshore and offshore in The American Lawyer’s “Litigation Daily” feature.

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Firm News January 30, 2019

Jake Chervinsky Speaks with Forbes about Cryptocurrency Exchange Regulation

Kobre & Kim attorney Jake Chervinsky spoke with Forbes on the current state of regulation from the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in regards to crypto exchanges.

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Firm News January 30, 2019

Andrew Stafford QC discusses the impact of Brexit on judgements within the EU with Law 360

Kobre & Kim attorney Andrew Stafford QC discussed the potential complications of judgment enforcement within Europe arising from the current state of Brexit with Law 360.

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Events January 29, 2019

Jalil Asif QC and William McGovern Explore Wealth Structuring at STEP Cayman 2019

Kobre & Kim attorneys Jalil Asif QC and William McGovern will explore international wealth structuring and cross-border litigation at STEP Cayman’s 2019 International Wealth Structuring Forum.

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Events January 28, 2019

George Utlik Discusses Effective Use of U.S. Discovery Tools in Aid of Foreign Proceedings, including Recent Litigation and Arbitrations Involving Russian and CIS Parties

In our increasingly global world, U.S. discovery orders available under 28 U.S.C. § 1782 provide a powerful tool to foreign litigants to collect necessary evidence for use in a foreign proceeding and to add pressure on their opponents.

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Events January 22, 2019

Litigation Funding for Israeli Companies - Webinar

On Tuesday, January 22, two of Kobre & Kim's intellectual property lawyers, Israel-based Michael Rosen and San Francisco-based Michael Ng, hosted a live webinar exploring how Israeli entrepreneurs and investors can benefit from the burgeoning litigation finance industry and maximize the value of their legal claims.

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