We devote 100% of our practice to disputes and investigations, conducting most of our work as special conflicts counsel in complex international disputes.
We are the premier solution for high-stakes, cross-border disputes, qualified to advocate in numerous jurisdictions around the world.
We focus on high-stakes litigation for major participants in the financial services industry, as both claimants and defendants, involving some of the most complex and esoteric financial instruments in today's market. We are noted for our conflict-free profile, which allows us to aggressively pursue claims against virtually any institution.
We serve as special litigation counsel providing conflict-free, aggressive advocacy. We avoid repeat, ongoing client relationships and the conflicts of interest that can develop as a result. Accordingly, we maintain our independence as advocates ready to litigate against virtually any institution.
Kobre & Kim currently acts as enforcement counsel on the two largest international arbitration award enforcement projects in the world. As the only firm able to deliver the full spectrum of global asset recovery services, our team has been featured on the cover of The Wall Street Journal and recognized repeatedly in legal industry publications as one of the most highly regarded judgment enforcement/asset recovery firms.
We focus on serving as special litigation counsel, avoiding conflicts that often prevent other firms from taking on the large-scale litigation common in patent infringement actions. As a result, we are able to aggressively represent our clients even when facing industrywide opposition.
Our trial lawyers have extensive experience aggressively defending clients in high-profile cases against the government. Our criminal and regulatory practice is primarily cross-border, often involving simultaneous investigations by law enforcement authorities in several countries. We are one of the only firms with former U.S. prosecutors permanently stationed in offices in Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
We are often called in to assist when an organization with multiple stakeholders requires an independent and objective review. We do not ordinarily maintain repeat clients of our own and are therefore reliably free of relationships to major banks, nongovernmental organizations or other typical stakeholders with an interest in the outcome of the investigation.
Because our firm avoids ongoing client relationships with common industry participants and instead focuses on special-situation engagements, we offer aggressive and independent advocacy even in cases involving numerous, overlapping institutional stakeholders' interests.
We have advocated in some of the highest-profile trusts disputes of recent times, acting on behalf of trustees, beneficiaries and protectors in contentious matters that involve misappropriation of assets.