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A comparison of how different courts approach jurisdiction in international fraud cases, particularly those with no clear links to a single jurisdiction – with examples of cases where foreign lawyers should think to bring claims in the US, and vice versa.
Current and former judges from different jurisdictions discuss their views of international fraud litigation - the interim remedies available to claimants, whether they are effective, and how the law will evolve
A comparison of freezing and similar relief available in different jurisdiction (in support of domestic and foreign proceedings), as well as the challenges of recognising world wide relief granted abroad. We highlight the risks, and where lawyers should think to instruct local counsel
A comparison of US, common law and civil rules for discovery in fraud litigation – including discovery in support of foreign proceedings, pre-action disclosure, Norwich Pharmacal, search orders, and the availability of documents in parallel criminal proceedings: what can be obtained, when, and whether it is admissible locally
Options available to recover money that has been secreted cleverly into difficult ownership structures – and practical tips on how to attack complex webs of companies and structures
The current trends in international fraud and asset recovery litigation, likely future trends, and how lawyers can collaborate internationally to achieve successes for their client
The Drinks and dinner will be at INTERCONTINENTAL NEW YORK BARCLAY