Edward H. Davis, Jr. has practiced law 28 years and is a founding shareholder of the Miami international law firm, Astigarraga Davis. As a Certified Fraud Examiner, he heads the firm's Asset Recovery and Financial Fraud group representing victims of fraud and grand corruption including governments, governmental entities, corporations, hedge fund, insolvency practitioners and individuals by investigating and prosecuting civil fraud and asset recovery actions.
He has consulted with the World Bank on three corruption asset recovery books and contributed a chapter to the Asset Recovery Handbook published by the International Centre for Asset Recovery in Basel, Switzerland.
He is past Chair of the Florida Bar International Law Section and a member of the anti-corruption and international litigation committees of the International Law Section of the ABA.
He serves as inaugural chair of the Asset Recovery Sub-Committee of the Anti-Corruption Committee of the IBA; and is a leading original member of the London-based ICC Commercial Crimes Services FraudNet Network.
Mr. Davis sits on advisory boards of Offshore Alert and Global Investigations Review magazine.
In 2013 Ed was recognized as the first Asset Recovery Lawyer of the Year by Who’s Who Legal. He has won that award again in 2014 and 2015.
Arnoldo Lacayo focuses his international litigation practice on financial fraud, asset recovery and cross-border insolvency. He has experience litigating complex disputes in both state and federal courts and has represented multi-national corporations, sovereign governments, Receivers, Trustees and other foreign officeholders in matters pending in U.S. Courts. Lacayo regularly supervises transnational investigations and has instructed counsel in dozens of jurisdictions. Lacayo also has extensive experience working with the versatile 28 U.S.C. § 1782 discovery statute and Chapter 15 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.