Matthew Lavy, Barrister, 4 Pump Court and Danny Quah, Counsel, Providence Law Asia LLC
About this talk
This webinar will address court-based tools in England and Singapore that victims of cryptocurrency fraud can consider using to recover their stolen assets. Such tools include:
- Proprietary, “Black Swan” and “Persons Unknown” injunctions
- Cross-border discovery via the blockchain or digital ledger and against third party intermediaries e.g. banks and crypto-platforms
The speakers will also seek to foreshadow future developments in the asset-recovery space.
Matthew Lavy, Barrister, 4 Pump Court
Matthew is a commercial barrister with a particular focus on disputes involving technology. He was one of the authors of the Legal Statement on Crypto-assets and Smart Contracts published by the UK Jurisdiction Taskforce in November 2019.
Danny Quah, Counsel, Providence Law Asia LLC
Danny is a Singapore-based commercial litigator specialising in tax, insolvency, fraud tech disputes. He has been recognised as an up-and-coming litigator by the Singapore Academy of Law.
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