TerraLex Member Firms Release the 2018 Guide to Tracing Assets Around the World

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TerraLex Member Firms Release the 2018 Guide to Tracing Assets Around the World

The ability to trace assets across the world is becoming increasingly relevant to the business sphere as businesses continue to become progressively more global. As individuals and companies continue to move assets away from countries in which they are subject to dispute, it is important that parties are able to trace assets across jurisdictions.

This Guide draws together contributions from tracing experts across a number of jurisdictions.

Finally, it goes without saying that this Handbook contains advice of a general nature, and is not a substitute for specific legal advice related to particular facts.

This publication contains the following file(s):
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Attachment TerraLex guide to tracing assets around the world v5 2018.pdf 2.42 MB
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London,
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Raleigh, NC 
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Nassau, NP,
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London,
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Melbourne,
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Chicago, IL 
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Geneva,
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Melbourne,
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Beijing,
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Los Angeles, CA 
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Ebene,
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Montreal,
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Houston, TX 
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Luxembourg,
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Paris,
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Luxembourg,
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Chicago, IL 
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Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais 
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Houston, TX 
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Central,
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Jackson, MS 
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Memphis, TN 
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Geneva,
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Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Asset Tracing, International Arbitration and Mediation, Litigation (Civil, Business and Commercial), Alternative Dispute Resolution, Litigation - U.S., Litigation - EMEA, General Interest, International Dispute Resolution