When: 3 days over 3 consecutive Tuesdays in November 2023 (7th, 14th and 21st November)
Where: Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London, 67-69 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3JB
Method of delivery: In person.
Our programme will prepare you to:
- Instinctively identify the key issues that arise at each stage of the asset tracing and recovery exercise.
- Improve your leadership skills by enabling you to direct and lead your team more effectively.
- Help you prioritise what is both urgent and important.
- Give you the tools to reduce the time and costs spent in asset tracing and recovery exercises.
- Gary Miller, Mishcon de Reya
Gary Miller has been involved in International asset tracing and recovery for over 45 years, has been a Partner at Mishcon de Reya LLP for over 31 years and is Head of Mishcon’s Asia Desk. He is also Chairman of the International Fraud Group.
- Philippa Rees, Mishcon de Reya
Philippa Rees has over 15 years’ experience of commercial fraud cases, both as a solicitor, and more recently as a Professional Support Lawyer, providing specialist expertise on injunctive relief and asset recovery
- Luka Krsljanin, Blackstone Chambers
Luka regularly acts in civil fraud disputes, with extensive injunctive expertise. Recent work includes Harrington v Mehta, a US$1 billion civil fraud claim in the Chancery Division, and Jafar v Abraaj Holdings, a Cayman Islands claim concerning the collapse of a $13.6 billion private equity platform.
- Ajay Ratan, Blackstone Chambers
Ajay is a leading junior barrister with a specialism in civil fraud disputes. He has experience in a number of offshore jurisdictions as well as before the Commercial Court, Privy Council and Court of Appeal. Current work includes Renova v Emmerson, a BVI claim for c.US$1 billion.