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Cross-Border Insolvency, Investigations and the Impact of Covid-19: What Recent Changes Mean for Asset Tracing, Court Delays and Dispute Resolution

Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery Miami Conference

Oct
29
2020

Date: October 29, 2020

Time: 5:45AM

Location: Online

Joseph Dunn will be a panelist on "Cross-Border Insolvency, Investigations and the Impact of Covid-19: What Recent Changes Mean for Asset Tracing, Court Delays and Dispute Resolution" at the Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery Miami Conference. 

Leading insolvency practitioners will discuss hot button issues affecting the fraud, asset-tracing and recovery landscapes. Topics on the practical challenges now affecting insolvency proceedings include:

  • To what extent there has been an uptick in insolvency and restructuring: Are the Covid-19-related predictions coming true?
  • How insolvency and fraud litigators are working together
  • Update on the expansion of the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency-and what it means for the enforceability of insolvency judgments across borders
  • Impact of temporary changes to UK wrongful trading rules
  • Status of new legislation in the UK, Germany, Spain and Australia

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Speakers

Professional Cropped Dunn Joseph Mintz

Joseph R. Dunn

Panelist

Joseph R. Dunn is a Mintz attorney with a litigation and restructuring practice. Joe has experience with complex creditor rights litigation, bankruptcy and corporate reorganization, and transactional work outside of insolvency. He counsels institutional investors, hedge funds, and other creditors.

Mark Shaw

Panelist

Head of Business Restructuring, BDO (UK)

Christopher Redmond

Panelist

Founder and Principal, Redmond Law Firm LLC

Maureen M. Ward

Panelist

Partner, Bennett Jones LLP (Canada)

Ken Epstein

Panelist

Investment Manager, Bentham IMF (USA)