Asset recovery is a complex specialty that is located at the intersection of several legal disciplines, including civil and criminal comparative law, precautionary measures procedures, asset tracking and freezing orders, insolvency law, especially cross-border, comparative doctrines aimed at running the corporate veil, regimes to prevent money laundering, economic crimes and rules on fiduciary duties.
In each of these disciplines, legal remedies have been developed in recent years, both to recover assets derived from fraud or corruption and to litigate against those who facilitated their concealment and dissipation.
Our services to detect and recover money or goods from abroad are of special utility for receivers, liquidators and state authorities in charge of resolving:
• Defrauds and scams
• Fraudulent bankruptcies
• Corruption and other economic crimes;
• Civil liability for facilitation of illicit activities.