Han Kun invited to contribute to the PRC chapter of the CDR Essential Intelligence – Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery 2024

April, 2024 - Beijing, Mainland China

Recently, the well-known periodical Commercial Dispute Resolution ("CDR") published the CDR Essential Intelligence – Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery 2024. Han Kun Shanghai partners Andy Liao, Vincent Sun, and counsel Yuxian Zhao were exclusively invited towrite the PRC chapter (https://www.cdr-news.com/cdr-essential-intelligence/1264-cdr-essential-intelligence-fraud-asset-tracing-and-recovery-2024/china).

In the PRC chapter, through a Q&A format, the authors introduced the general legal framework by which victims of fraud may utilise to trace and recover assets in the PRC, with an emphasis on potentially relevant substantive remedies and useful procedural measures, causes of action, the interplay between civil and criminal proceedings, cross-border mechanisms, recent legal developments regarding cryptocurrencies and the potential liability of financial institutions.

The authors leveraged Han Kun's expertise and extensive experience in asset tracing and recovery to provide practical insights for global in-house legal counsels and legal practitioners to facilitate cross-border asset tracing and recovery in the PRC.

CDR is a unique magazine for litigation and arbitration professionals worldwide. Published by Global Legal Group, CDR provides critical business intelligence with strategy and analysis on the latest trends and developments in dispute resolution practice. Established in 2002, London-based Global Legal Group is a leading global professional legal media company specialising in providing in-depth legal analysis and industrial solutions to senior executives, general counsels, law firm senior partners and government agencies.