IAAR 2011 Cross-Border Asset Tracing and Recovery Conference

06/12/2011 - 06/14/2011

Litigation + Dispute Resolution | Europe

The Waldorf Hilton
22 Aldwych
London WC2B 4DD

Kevin Roberts and Jonathan Edward Wheeler

Jonathan Edward Wheeler and Kevin Roberts

Speaking Engagement

Alexander Garcia
agarcia@iaaronline.org
+1 (305) 854-2345 Ext. 803

We are pleased to announce that Morrison & Foerster will be co-sponsoring with Grant Thornton the IAAR 2011 Cross-Border Asset Tracing and Recovery Conference at the Hilton Waldorf June 12-14 2011.

Hosted by The International Association for Asset Recovery (IAAR) this conference features experts showing you the essential steps you must take to succeed – as a lawyer, forensic accountant or investigator – to trace and recover assets worldwide.

Topics Will Include:

  • How to penetrate offshore secrecy havens
  • How to identify and recover from complicit, wealthy third parties
  • How to use obscure judicial powers to find and freeze assets so you can take them back
  • What the new UK Bribery Act requires and what it facilitates in the realm of asset recovery
  • What third-party funding sources are available to finance the large global cases
  • Practical real-life case study on overcoming global asset recovery obstacles
  • How international treaties help both the public and private sector
  • Vital knowledge for all cases where funds are stolen, such as matrimonial disputes

Speakers:

  • Jonathan E. Wheeler
    Partner, Morrison & Foerster
  • Kevin Roberts
    Partner, Morrison & Foerster

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