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Victims of fraud often have to make a decision early on, without all the facts, about which recovery route to go down (e.g. insolvency proceedings or litigating themselves). These strategic decisions can have implications on the remainder of the case, for years to come. This panels considers how different factual matrixes impact on that decision – for example the location of assets, nature of the assets, the location of related directors and managers, and the powers available locally to office holders.
Using jurisdictional opportunities to close the net on fraudsters in an insolvency and make recoveries. This panel will consider the advantages and disadvantages of deploying proceedings in various jurisdictions to safeguard, trace and recover assets and will to conclude with a recovery plan.
This panel will consider the powers available in different Asian jurisdictions to office holders and the Courts to unwind transactions preceding the insolvency
Obtaining pre-judgment receiverships, and practical issues that arise during a receivership
Fraud is traditionally considered an area in which mediation does not work. This panel considers how parties can approach settlement negotiations in disputes where there are serious dishonesty allegations, and what lawyers should be mindful of in drafting settlement agreements in fraud claims.
This panel will consider how non-lawyers can assist in fraud litigation, and how effective they are.