Asset Tracing & Recovery is a resource on the
basics of asset tracing and recovery in common law and civil law as
well as respective national laws, regulations and proceedings in
over 40 countries. Published by Erich Schmidt Verlag, the Canadian
chapter of the Compendium is authored by Matthew Lindsay, the national lead of FMC's National
Fraud, Corruption & Asset Recovery practice group, along with a
team including contributions from Jordan Deering, Ronald Audette,
Ashley Reid and other partners, associates, students and
paraprofessionals of the firm.
Becoming a victim of financial fraud is easy. Tracing and
securing stolen assets is not. It is imperative for victims and
their advisors to act quickly and decisively. With one of the most
accomplished teams of fraud litigators in the Canadian legal
marketplace, the Fraud, Corruption & Asset Recovery Group at
FMC has the in-depth knowledge and expertise necessary to address
matters in this specialized area of practice.
The Compendium covers the following topics:
Common Knowledge about Asset Tracing & Recovery
Introduction to Serious Fraud
Remedies Available Internationally
Basics of Asset Tracing under Civil Law and Common Law
Access to Justice
Country-Specific Possibilities for Asset Tracing &
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