Tag: Asia

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FIRM NEWS 30 AUGUST 2022
Climate disputes: From fact finding to enforcement

We hosted an in-person seminar and networking event on 29 September in London. In recent years the number of climate-related disputes has grown significantly, with likely precedent setting cases underway.  Jenna Burton (Director, Raedas), Nathalie...

FIRM NEWS 5 JULY 2022
Raedas maintains lead in Chambers’ 2022 Investigations and Asset Tracing & Recovery rankings

Raedas have maintained their position as the only firm ranked Band 1 in Chambers and Partners’  ‘Litigation Support: Business Intelligence & Investigations’ (BI&I) guide 2022. Improving on last years’ position, all three co-founding...

EVENTS 23 MAY 2022
Risk and reward: tracing and recovering offshore assets

On 27 May Raedas presented a webinar which discussed the key strategies and considerations necessary for tracing and recovering offshore assets. Raedas’ David Lawler chaired the panel, and was joined by  Tobias Vollmer, Alexander Shirtcliff (Blake Morgan...

EVENTS 31 JANUARY 2022
Women in Disputes Breakfast Panel and Networking

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2022, we hosted our annual ‘Women in Disputes’ event on 8 March 8:45am at the AllBright Club in Mayfair. This year’s event discussed the power of storytelling as a personal and professional tool....

FIRM NEWS 24 JANUARY 2022
Director Jenna Burton featured on ‘The Arbitration Station’ podcast

Director Jenna Burton was interviewed for The Arbitration Station’s first podcast of 2022. The podcast discusses key issues relating to commercial and investment arbitration. Hosted by arbitration experts Saadia Bhatty (Counsel, International...

COMMENTARY 27 OCTOBER 2021
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...