In his latest podcast interview, Martin Kenney discusses the most effective strategies in fraud cases, including tips on building an investigation in secret, employing criminal law alongside civil remedies, and the impact of fraud upon victims.
You can now read our consultant solicitor Shaun Reardon-John on why pre-action asset investigation and preservation is going to be crucial during the Coronavirus crisis. In issue 1 of ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE magazine.
Martin Kenney is a “real mover and shaker in the market”, says WHO’s WHO LEGAL, in a special Q&A interview with the number one asset recovery lawyer in the offshore world.
Martin Kenney has been highly-praised by the latest edition of ‘Who’s Who Legal’ for his work in asset tracing & recovery during 2019.
Martin Kenney has been chosen as an Advisory Board member for C5’s Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery conference in Miami in October.
Only a swift, dynamic response from lawyers, forensic accountants and investigators will see assets frozen and ultimately recovered to those who lost them.
Martin Kenney has been selected as one of Who‘s Who Legal’s “Global Elite” Thought Leaders for 2019. Read the Q&A with Martin on law, fraud, asset recovery and his cases here.
A Russian oligarch’s divorce case is turning into a classic global asset recovery struggle.
Asset recovery is a term generally used to describe efforts made by a victim of a crime, usually a fraud, to get his or her stolen value back. It is a burgeoning area of practice, in major part because the quantum of value stolen and the overall risk has increased so much over the last 25 years.