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What makes FraudNet Unique?
Following strict criteria set by its member-elected Standards and Procedures Committee, FraudNet seeks to select one highly skilled and experienced asset recovery lawyer for every country, although some larger or multilingual countries, like the United Kingdom, the United States, Brazil and Switzerland, have multiple FraudNet lawyers. The ultimate goal is to ensure a jurisdictional entry point and a uniquely qualified local representative in every country, providing victims with access to a seamless global, multi-jurisdictional task force of hand-picked experts.
FraudNet is a geographically expansive, but highly select network of world-class asset recovery lawyers. Except for the larger countries noted above, only the top specialist in each nation with a distinguished record in asset tracing and recovery is invited to become FraudNet’s exclusive member in that country. FraudNet’s members are individual lawyers, not entire firms, and membership is both personal and non- transferable.
Members are required to govern themselves according to rigorous professional standards and rules enforced by FraudNet’s self-governing Secretariat, through its elected Standards and Practices Committee.
FraudNet’s Standards and Procedures Committee, operating under the aegis of the FraudNet Secretariat of the Commercial Crime Services of the International Chamber of Commerce, diligently identifies and vets each proposed FraudNet member candidate by checking their background and references and conducting lawyer and client interviews.
In this way, FraudNet brings the collective reputation and expertise of the world’s foremost anti-fraud lawyer network to bear in order to ensure exceptional, effective and ethical client service at all times by each of our individual members.
FraudNet also delivers seamless team coordination based on experienced cross-border cooperation in prior cases, allowing the team to tailor a specific global legal strategy for each client matter that takes into account the strength and weaknesses of specific legal remedies in each concerned jurisdiction.
FraudNet members meet twice a year to review and discuss current developments and fraud trends. They also frequently present their findings at conferences around the world, and share their knowledge and expertise with law enforcement and governmental agencies fighting fraud.
In 2009, FraudNet launched the publication of the FraudNet Compendium: Asset Tracing and Recovery, which provides a comprehensive summary of asset tracking and recovery topics and gives a country-by-country analysis of asset recovery tools in targeted countries.
Creative fee arrangements, including full and blended contingency arrangements, may be considered in appropriate circumstances. Additionally, FraudNet has access to sources that may finance investigation and recovery efforts in certain situations.
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