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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.


Events June 21, 2022

Michael M. Rosen on Intellectual Property Protections for COVID-19 Vaccines

Kobre & Kim’s Michael M. Rosen, who focuses on cross-border intellectual property disputes, moderates a live panel on the debate over intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines from 2:30 pm to 3:30 EST, June 21, 2022, at the AEI Auditorium in Washington, DC.

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Events June 6, 2022

Jason Kang on Cross-Border Arbitral Award Enforcement in China

As Chinese companies increasingly integrate around the globe, and as they become involved in more cross-border arbitration disputes, the need is rising for sophisticated practitioners who can take any resulting arbitral awards and enforce them across borders. Kobre & Kim’s Jason Kang, who focuses on a wide range of China-related cross-border disputes and award enforcement campaigns, shares his perspective on enforcing international arbitration awards during a virtual talk from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm Shanghai time, June 10, 2022. 

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Events May 31, 2022

Kobre & Kim Team Unpacks Cross-Border Cryptocurrency Insolvencies in GRR Webinar

The rise in cross-border insolvencies of cryptocurrency exchanges and trading platforms creates new challenges for stakeholders, from bankruptcy trustees, liquidators and creditors to victims of fraud looking to recover their stolen digital assets. Differing insolvency regimes make global asset recovery difficult, and bankruptcy estates increasingly have to compete with aggressive government regulators to collect stolen assets.

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Events May 18, 2022

Kobre & Kim and Global Restructuring Review To Host Discussion on Cross-Border Insolvencies and Cryptocurrency

The rise in cross-border insolvencies of cryptocurrency exchanges and trading platforms creates new challenges for stakeholders, from bankruptcy trustees, liquidators and creditors to victims of fraud looking to recover their stolen digital assets. Differing insolvency regimes make global asset recovery difficult, and bankruptcy estates increasingly have to compete with aggressive government regulators to collect stolen assets.

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Events May 9, 2022

Adriana Riviere-Badell Explores Family Governance in Trust Disputes and Litigation During STEP Miami Annual Summit

High-net-worth families want to avoid contentious wealth transitions and trust disputes that not only could lead to costly litigation, but also unwanted attention from regulators and tax authorities across the globe. Though there are no “right” ways for families to make decisions, successful families have one thing in common: strong family governance. Kobre & Kim’s Adriana Riviere-Badell – who focuses on high-profile trust and estates disputes and multijurisdictional civil litigation – discusses during STEP Miami’s 11th Annual Summit in a session at 3:15 pm Miami time, Friday May 13, 2022.

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Events May 9, 2022

Amanda Tuminelli Joins Chainalysis Link NYC 2022 Conversation on Identifying and Seizing Virtual Assets

The rise in popularity of digital assets like cryptocurrency is inevitably paired with a concurrent rise in fraud and theft. How should victims and other stakeholders approach tracking down and recovering stolen assets when they take a virtual form? Kobre & Kim’s Amanda Tuminelli, who represents clients in the digital currency industry in cross-border asset recovery campaigns, shares her insights during a Chainalysis Link NYC 2022 session at 4:15 pm New York time, May 18, 2022.

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Events April 29, 2022

Amanda Tuminelli Shares Litigator Tips on Recovering Cryptocurrency During OffshoreAlert Miami 2022 Conference

As the use of digital and cryptocurrency rises, so too do instances of crypto fraud and theft, increasing the need for asset recovery specialists, investigators and litigators to adapt their techniques to handle this new technology. Kobre & Kim’s Amanda Tuminelli, who represents clients in the digital currency industry in government investigations, shared her experience in this area at the OffshoreAlert Miami 2022 conference during a panel discussion on April 25, 2022.

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Events April 15, 2022

Jef Klazen Discusses Russian Nationalization of Foreign Assets and Investor-State Disputes in Columbia Law Panel

Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine and imposition of sanctions, many foreign companies and investors have sought to divest from and leave Russia. However, Russia has proposed a bill to nationalize the operations of companies that leave, raising the possibility of investor-state disputes and ISDS claims. Kobre & Kim’s Jef Klazen, who focuses on international judgment enforcement and asset recovery against sovereign entities, examined the unique issues presented by this situation during a panel hosted by Columbia Law School on April 12, 2022.

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Events April 12, 2022

Miranda Ching Joins STEP Hong Kong Webinar on Impact of Russia Sanctions on Trustees

In response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, many countries have imposed unprecedented sanctions on its economy and many individuals. Governments have already frozen or even seized assets, and further sanctions are widely expected. What can and can’t law-abiding trust and corporate service providers do in this rapidly evolving environment? Kobre & Kim’s Miranda Ching – a former case controller and prosecutor at the UK’s Serious Fraud Office – discusses at a STEP Hong Kong webinar at 6:00 pm Hong Kong time / 11:00 am London time, Tuesday, April 19, 2022.

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Events April 5, 2022

Gabriela Ruiz Unpacks Asset Recovery in Select Latin American Jurisdictions in University of Florida Levin College of Law Lecture

For creditors trying to recover assets, getting their arbitration awards or judgments recognized in Latin America can be a challenge. Kobre & Kim’s Miami and São Paulo-based Gabriela Ruiz, who focuses on asset recovery and other disputes in Latin America, unpacks the key issues in a virtual lecture hosted by the University of Florida Levin College of Law’s Center for Governmental Responsibility at 12:00 pm Miami time, Wednesday April 6, 2022.

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Events March 29, 2022

Calvin Koo Discusses Blockchain Technology and Arbitration in 6th CARTAL Conference on International Arbitration

As blockchain-related technologies – including cryptocurrency and smart contracts – proliferate, related disputes will grow as well, many of which will have to be resolved through arbitration. However, blockchain arbitrations remain rare, and unprecedented challenges may arise. Kobre & Kim’s Calvin Koo, who focuses on APAC digital assets disputes, will discuss these issues during the 6th CARTAL Conference on International Arbitration in a virtual panel at 5:00 pm India time / 7:30 pm Hong Kong time, April 1, 2022.

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Events March 29, 2022

Daniel Lee Surveys Evolving Global Anti-Corruption Enforcement Landscape in IACA Lecture

Global anti-corruption agencies are increasingly teaming up and pooling together tools to investigate and enforce against corruption around the world, exemplified by the June 2021 U.S. memorandum establishing the fight against corruption as a core national security interest. Kobre & Kim’s Daniel Lee, who focuses on responding to multijurisdictional government enforcement actions from the U.S. and Asia, surveyed the new enforcement landscape in a lecture for the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) on March 22.

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Events March 18, 2022

Andrew Stafford QC Discusses Recovering from Cyber Fraud and Ransomware Attacks at C5 Fraud Conference Seminar

Instances of cyber fraud and ransomware attacks have grown more frequent and sophisticated, with global companies lying in the crosshairs. Kobre & Kim’s Andrew Stafford QC, who focuses on international asset tracing and recovery, joins the C5 Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery Geneva conference to share next steps victims should take during a seminar at 10:30 am Geneva time, March 25, 2022.

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Events March 15, 2022

Wade Weems Discusses U.S. Department of Justice’s Broadening National Security Policy Against Russia and China in Guidepost Webinar

Kobre & Kim’s Wade Weems – a Shanghai-based former U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutor focused on national security issues – is joining a Guidepost Solutions webinar at 1:00 pm New York time, March 17, 2022. He examines the changes and offers solutions to companies as they face rising risks when the DOJ – though winding down its China Initiative – pivots toward a broader national security policy, dubbed the Strategy for Countering Nation-State Threats, aimed at not only China but also Russia.

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Events March 11, 2022

Martin De Luca Explores Sports Disputes in Exclusive Cambridge Forums Event

The world of global sports is rife with disputes and investigations, from issues related to integrity, conflict of interest and antitrust surrounding the increasingly lucrative ownership of sports teams by ultra-high-net-worth individuals, investors and companies; to ethics, governance and justice in sports law; to the impact of COVID-19 on the balance sheets of sporting properties. 

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