Asset Recovery, Bank Litigation, Creditors' Rights, Financial Fraud, International Commercial Litigation, International Judgment and Arbitral Award Collection
A founding shareholder of Sequor Law, focuses his practice on the representation of individual, corporate and institutional victims of fraud throughout the world. Ed conducts financial fraud investigations, prosecutes civil claims for fraud and pursues misappropriated assets, having tracked such funds in jurisdictions across the globe, including Japan, the Bahamas, Latin America, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, among others.
A highly recognized and sought-after leader in his field, Ed is a Certified Fraud Examiner, Inaugural Chair of the Asset Recovery Sub-Committee of the International Bar Association’s Anti-Corruption Committee, and member of other distinguished boards and committees. Under his direction, Sequor Law has established itself as a leading member of the ICC Commercial Crimes Services FraudNet Network.
Ed frequently lectures on financial fraud and corruption to groups ranging from one of the world’s most prominent banks, to associations of certified public accountants and investigative agencies. He also counsels clients in fraud response crises based on his experience handling high-profile cases, including the second-largest Ponzi scheme in world history. Ed also is noted for filing the first Chapter 15 bankruptcy petition in the state of Florida.