Martin Kenney & Co. is well-placed to deal with any disruption caused by the coronavirus, using a remote network of both local and international staff.
Martin Kenney & Co, Solicitors is looking to hire two UK or Caribbean-trained solicitors or barristers with three to five years’ post-qualification experience to join its specialist asset recovery practice.
In Washington, Congress is struggling with a new law over disclosure rules proposed for a public ownership register of companies.
We now have a situation where businesses legally selling cannabis in certain US states are being barred from placing the funds from those sales into federal banking systems.
Wishing all our clients, friends and those on the BVI a very Happy New Year and prosperous 2020! 🎆🎉
Happy Holidays from Martin Kenney & Co.!
In the October episode of Fraud Talk, asset recovery lawyer Martin Kenney, CFE, shares stories from his decades-long career in finding money lost to fraud and corruption.
What are the legal doctrines ⚖️ of ‘champerty and maintenance’ and how could clarifying current uncertainty under BVI law over third-party funding help the BVI in its litigation and arbitration work? Martin Kenney for the IFC Review.
The FBI has come out strongly in favour of the Cayman Islands’ ability to provide law enforcement with verified information about companies’ ‘ultimate beneficial owners’.
The American Bar Association needs to accept that meaningful regulation is here to stay and stop trying to hinder the passage of a Bill that would help tackle money laundering.