Tag: Litigation

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COMMENTARY 27 APRIL 2020
FARA: using anti-propaganda laws in the fight against corruption

As the spread of the coronavirus limits travel and shutters archives, investigators are looking to pandemic-proof repositories of evidence. One such source springs from the Foreign Agents Registration Act (‘FARA’), US legislation devised over 80 years ago...

EVENTS 17 FEBRUARY 2020
Webinar – Investigators and strategic communications consultants: a vital collaboration in litigation strategy

On 13 February we held a webinar on investigators & strategic communications consultants: a vital collaboration in any litigation strategy. Raedas partner Nicholas Bortman and case manager Jenna Burton spoke alongside senior consultants Alex Just and...

COMMENTARY 27 NOVEMBER 2019
The investigator’s role in the ever-evolving disputes landscape

Disputes today are more international and more diabolic. This is an era where a US$50 billion award is not only conceivable, it’s history. With stakes that high, every possible advantage has to be on the table. The investigative industry has been supporting...

COMMENTARY 24 JANUARY 2017
Despite challenges, litigators and investigators have wide latitude in gathering evidence for Middle East disputes

Judges in the local ‘onshore’ courts of the Arabian Gulf are generally uncomfortable with witness testimony in litigation proceedings. In fact documentary evidence is often the only evidence that will be accepted. In a region where the line between public...