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Alan Sheeley, Pinsent Masons LLP
Alan Sheeley heads the firm's Civil Fraud and Asset Recovery Team. He is an expert on advising on both foreign and domestic commercial frauds as well as onshore and offshore trust litigation. He has acted on cases involving breach of fiduciary duties and trust, breach of directors' duties, fraudulent misrepresentations, employee fraud, deceit and conspiracy. He has also advised extensively and obtained numerous worldwide freezing orders and disclosure orders involving various jurisdictions including the Isle of Man, Channel Islands, the US Virgin Islands, the British Virgin Islands, Hong Kong, India, USA, Cyprus, Switzerland and Bermuda.
Alan also has extensive experience in advising clients on internal investigations and crisis management. He is accustomed to dealing with high profile and sensitive matters which require detailed planning and an in-depth understanding of the legal, commercial, reputational and governance pressures clients often face. He is ranked in Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners which also comments that Alan "grasps complex situations very quickly, comes up with creative strategies and solutions, and is incredibly tenacious".
Alan is also on the board of the Commercial Fraud Lawyers Association and a member of the Proceeds of Crime Lawyers Association, London Solicitors Litigation Association and the Fraud Advisory Panel.
In this webinar, Alan Sheeley explains asset tracing and following and examines the case for and against backwards tracing in the light of Brazil v Durant International Corp  UKPC 35 and the UK Privy Council's ruling.
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