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Crypto Beyond Fraud: Resolving Digital Disputes

03 Oct 2022

Location: 12:00pm - 1:00pm UK Time Virtual Event (Zoom)
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Crypto Beyond Fraud: Resolving Digital Disputes

Highlights

It's not all about fraud when it comes to crypto assets and distributed ledger technology.  Join us to hear about the other types of disputes on the rise and the ways they are being resolved.

  1. How are cryptoassets / blockchain technology being used?
  2. What types of disputes / issues arise?
  3. What forums are being used to resolve disputes / what is predicted?
Emma Allen
Senior Associate
Taylor Wessing

She advises on a wide range of litigation, arbitration, ADR and investigations, with a particular focus on complex-cross border disputes, fraud and asset tracing, financial disputes, banking disputes, enforcement, contentious insolvency, corporate and shareholder disputes, and regulatory investigations.


Emma Allen
Emma Allen Senior Associate
Taylor Wessing
Dani Haston
Head of Global Asset Management
Chainalysis, Inc

I practiced law from 2004 until 2020. I have significant specialist experience in international civil fraud investigation and asset recovery, finance and high value litigation.

I have acted for governmental bodies such as HMRC and for a range of private sector clients, including in the finance arena for Insolvency Practitioners and overseas investors/creditors. I have advised on a number of reported cases including through to the Supreme Court of England and have run cases where litigation has been conducted overseas. I became interested in cryptocurrency in 2018 and I obtained certifications in crypto investigations from CSI Tech (2019) and CipherTrace (2020) and spoke at seminars across the UK in 2019/2020 in my role as a director at Gateley Plc to raise awareness of the need to identify crypto in financial investigations. In January 2021 I was delighted to take up a different role at Chainalysis as a Training Specialist before moving into the role of Head of Global Asset Management in January 2022 which now allows me to facilitate solutions to enable more crypto asset recovery across both the private and public sector.


Dani Haston
Dani Haston Head of Global Asset Management
Chainalysis, Inc
Jessica Lee
Associate
Brown Rudnick

Jessica Lee is an Associate in the Firm’s Litigation & Arbitration Practice Group.

Jess has broad experience in complex and high value commercial litigation with particular experience in civil fraud, company and shareholder disputes, and financial services. She has acted on numerous complex cross-border civil fraud cases many of which have also involved advising on freezing, proprietary, and disclosure injunctions. Jess is part of Brown Rudnick’s Supervising Solicitors team and has recent relevant experience in the execution of search orders and delivery up orders. Jess has also advised on significant investigations and compliance matters including investigations by the US Department of Justice and the Serious Fraud Office. She has also previously undertaken several secondments to clients including in the banking and telecommunications sectors.

Jess is a keen advocate for diversity and social mobility and is a mentor at IntoUniversity and on the Urban Scholars Programme.

Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Jess was an associate at Baker & McKenzie where she also trained. She attended Southampton University and the College of Law, Moorgate.


Jessica Lee
Jessica Lee Associate
Brown Rudnick
Maxim Cardew
Barrister
Maitland Chambers

Maxim practises in all areas of modern chancery litigation, with a particular emphasis on the law of charities.  He is ranked as one of the leading juniors for charities by both Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500, and is described as having a “formidable” knowledge of charity law matters while also being “keen to understand the bigger picture”.  He acts for charities, individual trustees and beneficiaries, and has acted both for and against the Charity Commission and other regulators. 

In addition to his specialist charities practice, he has related expertise in insolvency and property litigation, in both of which he is again ranked as a leading junior by the Legal 500.  He is a member of the Charity Law Association and the Contentious Trusts Association (ConTrA). 

 


Maxim Cardew
Maxim Cardew Barrister
Maitland Chambers

Agenda

11:55am
Audience Logon
12:00pm
Chair's Opening Remarks
Speakers:
Emma Allen - Senior Associate - Taylor Wessing
12:05pm
Crypto Beyond Fraud: Resolving Digital Disputes
Speakers:
Emma Allen - Senior Associate - Taylor Wessing
Dani Haston - Head of Global Asset Management - Chainalysis, Inc
Jessica Lee - Associate - Brown Rudnick
Maxim Cardew - Barrister - Maitland Chambers
12.45pm
Panel Q&A
1:00pm
Chair's Closing Remarks and Close of Event
Speakers:
Emma Allen - Senior Associate - Taylor Wessing

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