Jack has worked on several complex legal disputes and post-arbitration asset recoveries, conducting investigations in a wide range of industries and jurisdictions.
Combining meticulous open source research with skilled field work, he has uncovered forged signatures and illegal share transfers, evidencing specific instances of perjury and contempt that have led to criminal sentencing in court. While his expertise lies primarily in Latin American affairs, he has carried out extensive research across jurisdictions in Africa and Southern Europe.
Prior to working at Raedas, Jack held roles in non-governmental and charitable organisations with a focus on education. He has lived and worked in Colombia, Brazil and Nicaragua and is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.
Jack is currently a graduate student at Yale University, assisting on cases where his workload allows.