Han Kun authors the China chapter of Chambers International Fraud and Asset Tracing Global Practice Guide (2023)
The world's leading legal directory Chambers and Partners recently published its International Fraud and Asset Tracing Global Practice Guide (2023) (the "Guide"). Han Kun contributed the China chapter of the Guide's Law and Practice section . The contributors include Ronghua (Andy) Liao, John D. Fitzpatrick, and Yanhui (Candice) Li.
The Guide aims to provide legal know-how in major jurisdictions around the world for handling international fraud disputes and related cross-border asset-tracing work. The China chapter of the Guide's Law and Practice section introduces subjects such as civil and criminal remedies available to victims of fraud, especially imposing liability for fraud onto corporate entities, ultimate beneficial owners, shareholders, and directors; asset preservation; evidence collection and preservation; foreign-related procedures; and enforcement proceedings.
Han Kun's commercial dispute resolution practice has a team dedicated to resolving fraud disputes and cross-border asset tracing. The team comprises experienced lawyers who have made exceptional achievements in their respective fields and is considered a leading dispute resolution team in the industry, having long counseled the firm's domestic and foreign clients on a broad range of complex commercial disputes.