News

One Essex Court sponsors Fraud and Asset Tracing Events in London and Miami

One Essex Court is pleased to sponsor two C5 Fraud and Asset Tracing events next month: the C5 Fraud and Asset Tracing Leadership Forum & Evening Mixer taking place in London on 3 October, and the C5 Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery Miami Conference taking place from 28-29 October.

The Fraud and Asset Tracing Leadership Forum & Evening Mixer is an inaugural event, “specifically designed to provide a limited number of leading civil fraud practitioners with a rare opportunity to spend the day discussing pertinent and challenging issues with their peers”. One Essex Court is pleased to be the Supporting Co-Sponsor, with Hannah Brown QC co-facilitating the “What’s Yours is Mine and What’s Mine is my Own” session.

One Essex Court is also pleased to be an Associate Sponsor at C5’s Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery Miami Conference, with Richard Gillis QC and Alain Choo Choy QC both speaking at the event. Alain will be taking part in the “Do’s and Don’t’s of Fraud Litigation and Asset Recovery in the Caribbean Offshore Jurisdictions” session on day one; whilst Richard Gillis QC will be looking at “Why do Fraud Lawyers Dislike Arbitration?” on day two of the conference.

As sponsors, we are able to offer our clients a 15% discount on the registration fee – to take advantage of this discount, please quote S15-110-110L20.S when booking your place at the Fraud and Asset Tracing Leadership Forum in London; please quote P15-999-ONE20 when booking your place at the Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery Miami Conference.

For more information in relation to either event, including the latest programme information and details of how to register, please visit the relevant event websites at:

Fraud and Asset Tracing Leadership Forum & Evening Mixer
Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery Miami

With a worldwide reputation for complex, high-value civil fraud work, there is notable strength in depth across all levels at One Essex Court and members win significant praise for their forensic attention to detail and consistently high technical ability. The areas covered include, asset-tracing and recovery; bribery, corruption and conspiracy; directors duties; fraudulent misrepresentation; freezing and disclosure orders; Ponzi and pyramid schemes; search and seizure and other injunctive remedies; trusts litigation as well as multi-jurisdictional investigations and proceedings.

Please contact the Clerks on +44 (0)20 7583 2000 or clerks@oeclaw.co.uk for further information.