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Enforcement

Ensuring that court judgements, arbitral awards, orders and other legal obligations are carried out or complied is essential to the rule of law.

Overview

Seizing assets, imposing fines or seeking injunctive relief are all mechanisms for enforcement. They may vary depending on the dispute and the jurisdiction but our disputes works team will use its experience of all these mechanisms to work with you to find the most effective method to recover what is owed to you.

Working alongside domestic and international law enforcement authorities in over 200 jurisdictions, where losses are attributable to fraudulent behaviour or malpractices, we enforce judgements and arbitral awards the world over.

And we've not only recovered monetary sums for our clients but have also secured assets such as real estate, aeroplanes and even in one case, a racehorse.

Clients also look to us to structure and implement debt recovery action using corporate insolvency processes and the appointment of insolvency officeholders.

We're serious about enforcement so do get in touch if we can help you.

Get in touch

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Jonathan Cary

Partner

+44 20 3060 6418

London

Jonathan Cary

Charles Allen

Partner & Head of Hong Kong office

+852 2216 7167

Hong Kong

Charles Allen

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