How Asset Recovery, Insolvency & Fraud Litigation Practitioners Can Adapt & Thrive In The COVID-19 Crisis
Wed, Apr 15, 2020 · 3:00 PM
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
In this webinar, attendees will learn what the unprecedented humanitarian and economic crisis caused by COVID-19 means for high-value cross-border asset recovery, insolvency and fraud litigation specialists.
Business & finance
Where are we and how did we get here? What can we learn from the past – 2001 (911) and 2008 (Great Recession)? What will be different about this one than the past?
What is already happening while we are in the tunnel? Courts closed or are they really? How do we handle evidentiary items? Video swearing in.
The Good News: What Needs to Change and what is changing (Never waste a crisis!) when we get out of the tunnel?
Updates of Cayman law. Updates of Singapore law. Updates that are needed and can be championed while we have a bit of spare time. How can we broaden discovery. How do we stop everyone from blaming what was outright fraud on the “Covid Defense” – think about it now!
Pool of funder out there that were not there in 2001 and just getting going in 2008!
David Marchant has been a journalist since 1984, working in the United Kingdom, Bermuda and the USA. He is the sole shareholder and editor of OffshoreAlert, which is based in Miami, Florida. Launched in 1997, OffshoreAlert publishes investigative...
Edward H. Davis, Jr., a founding shareholder of Sequor Law, focuses his practice on the representation of individual, corporate and institutional victims of fraud throughout the world. Ed conducts financial fraud investigations, prosecutes civil...
Warren E. Gluck is a New York litigation attorney and a member of Holland & Knight's Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice. Mr. Gluck focuses his practice on litigation, fraud investigation, insolvency, asset recovery and judgment...
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