Foley Hoag Counsel Ivan Urzhumov to Speak at Asset Tracing Recovery Forum
December 4, 2018
Foley Hoag LLP counsel Ivan Urzhumov will be a featured speaker at the Asset Tracing & Recovery Forum, taking place at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London on December 6, 2018.
This seminar, which is the premier event for insight into Russia, CIS and Eastern European issues, offers an international line-up of speakers to provide corporate counsel with insight to tackle sophisticated fraud and to trace and recover assets across jurisdictions.
Urzhumov will participate in a panel on “Managing Cross-border Bankruptcies and Restructuring Disputes,” addressing the practical challenges that creditors face in managing cross-border bankruptcies and asset recovery disputes. He will also focus on legal tools provided by the French legal system that creditors should know about when designing and implementing a cross-border asset recovery strategy aimed at seeking enforcement against assets held through a complex structure.
As a member of Foley Hoag’s International Litigation & Arbitration practice, Urzhumov focuses on international arbitration and litigation, including fraud litigation, asset-tracing and recovery and cross-border insolvency. His work also encompasses enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards, setting aside of arbitral awards, taking of evidence abroad and obtaining conservatory measures in support of foreign proceedings.
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