Following the successful launch of our asset recovery blog, we will be publishing a series of tip-sheets on the various types of civil claim that can be made to recover corrupt assets, or compensation for corruption, as well as on key procedural issues that matter in these cases. The tip-sheets are designed to provide an overview of the principal issues. Our self-imposed one page restriction means that we may have to leave some of the detail on the cutting room floor. Our longer briefings will discuss the issues in more detail, but please contact James Maton or Jamie Humphreys if you have any questions about any particular issue.

We will be publishing a new post every Wednesday. Please follow this blog, via the instructions at the top right of this page, if you would like them sent straight to your inbox.

Our first tip-sheet, on the tort of bribery, will follow shortly.

Posted by Jamie Humphreys

Jamie is an associate in Cooley's London office and a member of the Litigation department. He qualified in 2008. He has a broad range of experience acting for governments, companies and individuals on complex commercial litigation disputes, with a recent focus on civil fraud, anti-corruption and asset tracing. He has experience of English, Caribbean and Hong Kong court proceedings, as well as mediations and arbitrations.