Ben Swindale

Gary Miller on Fraud Investigation and Asset Recovery in University World News

The latest report of the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) highlights the impact of illicit financial flows on education development and makes recommendations about how the education sector among countries, can be strengthened by using recovered assets. International Fraud Group (IFG) Chair and Fraud Partner, Gary Miller, pointed out that few

Building bridges and Effective Advocacy: Asian Approaches to Mediation and Commercial Conflicts

We are delighted to be Supporting our Singaporean Members on their forthcoming webinar on 3 June 2021! Titled “Building Bridges and Effective Advocacy: Asian Approaches to Mediation & Commercial Conflicts”, participants can expect to gain diverse regional perspectives from distinguished speakers across Singapore, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia and South Korea. Managing Partner & Head

Recognition of UK decisions now has to take place in contradictory proceedings according to Swiss National Law

On 31 December 2020, the transition period between the United Kingdom and the European Union ended. Thus, as of 1 January 2021, European Union agreements with third countries – including bilateral or multilateral agreements between Switzerland and the European Union – no longer apply to the United Kingdom. Like all other international agreements of the

International Asset Recovery Course

The IFG is delighted to announce that member firm Mishcon de Reya are working with Blackstone Chambers and The Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London to launch the University’s first ever International Asset Recovery Course. The course is a five-day programme running in November 2021 that will help lawyers and