Publications

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Publications

FraudNet members are regularly invited to make presentations to conferences or to publish articles on fraud-related issues. They often make joint presentations and co-write articles or papers on issues of particular interest, often based on experience shared in joint cases, in order to underline the different approaches in their respective jurisdictions and on how to best combine them. Click on the title to download their articles, papers, or presentations (pdf).



01 October 2010
Fraud Remedies in Arbitration
By Steven Philippsohn, PCB Litigation LLP, London, FraudNet member for the United Kingdom
Presentation for ICC FraudNet Conference, Calgary 2010
Jurisdiction United Kingdom
Topics Arbitration


01 October 2010
A practical approach to asset tracing and recovery in Costa Rica
By Alejandro Pignataro, Facio Abogados, San Jose, FraudNet member for Costa Rica
Paper for ICC FraudNet Conference, Calgary 2010
Jurisdiction Costa Rica
Topics Banking secrecy; Civil proceedings; Criminal proceedings; Fraud

01 October 2010
A practical approach to asset tracing and recovery in Costa Rica
By Alejandro Pignataro, Facio Abogados, San Jose, FraudNet member for Costa Rica
Presentation for ICC FraudNet Conference, Calgary 2010
Jurisdiction Costa Rica
Topics Banking secrecy; Civil proceedings; Criminal proceedings; Fraud

01 October 2010
Data Analytics
By Peter Vakof & Marcus Wide, PwC Canada, Toronto
Presentation for ICC FraudNet Conference, Calgary 2010
Jurisdiction Multijurisdictional
Topics Forensics

01 October 2010
Internet Research Skills for Investigative Professionals
By David Toddington, Toddington International Inc, Vancouver
Presentation for ICC FraudNet Conference, Calgary 2010
Jurisdiction Multijurisdictional
Topics Internet tools

01 October 2010
Psychology of Fraud
By Alexander Stein, Boswell Group, New York
Presentation for ICC FraudNet Conference, Calgary 2010
Jurisdiction Multijurisdictional
Topics Psychology

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25 July 2014

FraudNet member for Switzerland Yves Klein of Monfrini Crettol & Associes, Geneva published an article for Who’s Who Legal Asset Recovery 2014 entitled “A Civil Perspective on Asset Recovery (with a focus on Swiss Law)”. Click here to download the article. Visit our Publications and Resources pages for more material on the same topic: Asset Recovery; Swiss law

 

17 June 2014

The keynote speaker presentation made by FraudNet member for British Virgin Islands, Martin S Kenney of Martin Kenney & Co, Road Town for the ACFE Global Fraud Conference is now available to view here. Visit our Publications and Resources pages for more material on the same topic: Corruption

 

12 May 2014

Ian Casewell, of FraudNet Strategic Partner Mintz Group, has written an article entitled Tips & Trends in Cross-Border Asset Tracing, which is published by the UK’s Commercial Litigation Association Summer Newsletter. Click here to download the article. Visit our Publications and Resources pages for more material on the same topics: Litigation

 

24 April 2014

The presentation made by FraudNet members for Austria Bettina Knoetzl Wolf Theiss, Vienna, Russia Khristofor Ivanyan Ivanyan and Partners, Moscow and Ukraine Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev & Partners (EPA&P Ukraine), Kiev on “Russia/CIS: Approaches to business development in Fraud and Asset Recovery in an emerging market with growth potential” for ICC FraudNet Spring Conference in British Virgin Islands  is now available for download here.

 

24 April 2014

The presentation made by FraudNet member for USA, Joseph J. Wielebinski Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr P.C., Dallas, on The Changing World of Fraud” for ICC FraudNet Spring Conference in British Virgin Islands is now available for download here .

 

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