Increasing Cooperation Among Legal Counsel and Enforcement Agencies — and Overcoming Hurdles to Compensating Fraud Victims

March 24, 2022 3:15pm

Saverio Lembo
Partner
Bär & Karrer (Switzerland)

Daniel J. Zappelli
Partner
Vafadar Sivilotti Zappelli (Switzerland)
Former Attorney General of the Republic and District of Geneva

Ilias Anagnostopoulos
Partner
Anagnostopoulos (Greece)

Polly Sprenger
Partner
Addleshaw Goddard LLP (UK)

Due to the various obstacles that practitioners can face when conducting global investigations, it is imperative to have increasing cooperation between attorneys and enforcement authorities in the affected jurisdictions. Internal and external investigations trigger multiple legal issues when different jurisdictions are involved, and can seriously hinder efforts and arrangements that adequately compensate the actual victims in the cases.

In this session, our panelists will discuss the latest trends, developments and strategies that can be implemented to facilitate cooperation and eliminate the obstacles to achieving coordinated resolutions.