Directors Isabel Asquith and Matthew Walker on the dark web investigations, and ‘Burning Questions of 2022’


Directors Isabel Asquith and Matthew Walker spoke on panel for ThoughLeaders4 London event. 

Isabel discussed the Burning Questions of 2022 for asset recovery, fraud, recovery, and insolvency. Isabel outlined the implications of information entering the public domain by way of leaks such as the Pandora Papers, and how investigators and lawyers can use this to evidence asset ownership and dissipation.  

Matthew delivered the keynote speech alongside Ben Wells, Partner at Candey. The pair looked at the utility of the dark web in investigations and disputes, the admissibility of evidence, and disclosure options. The panel discussed how intelligence gathered by investigators from a variety of sources may be used in the context of worldwide freezing orders, Norwich Pharmacal or Section 1782 applications. 

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