DO’s and DON’T’s of Managing a Cross-Border Investigation, Asset Tracing and Recovery Process involving a Russia or a CIS Element

January 31, 2018 11:30am


Alessandro Volcic
Managing Director Russia & CIS
Kroll (Russia)

Andrey Zelenin
Managing Partner
Lidings (Russia)

Donald Manasse
Founding Partner and Principal
Donald Manasse Law Offices (Monaco)

James Potts
39 Essex Chambers (UK)

  • Global trends in corporate criminal liability: Will Russia follow suit?
  • Confidentiality, privilege and disclosure of communications
  • Collecting, protecting and transferring data and how this affects investigative work
  • Hurdles related to precluding of actual payment, debt collection and asset alienation in the course of pre- and incourt dispute resolution
  • Assessing the usefulness of asset tracing reports for securing future enforcement
  • Managing civil and criminal proceedings in two or more jurisdictions
  • Cruise around offshores preferred by the Russian and CIS parties. The latest cases coming before the offshore courts
  • Disclosure orders
  • Applying for interim measures to secure enforcement
  • Accessing bank account data
  • What court applications need to be made and how quickly can you get an injunction