KTC Attorney Co-Writes Article on “Panama Papers”

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Paul Richard Brown, a Karr Tuttle Campbell shareholder and National Association of Federal Equity Receivers (NAFER) member, teamed up with NAFER members Neal Levin and Edward H. Davis, Jr. to write the article, “The ‘Panama Papers’ – What are they, what do they mean and will they make a difference!” Brown, Levin and Davis collaborate to discuss what has been discovered in the 11.5 million pages of leaked “Panama Papers” so far and what its release can mean for offshore services in the future.

What is now being called the “Panama Papers” are more than 11.5 million pages of leaked documents obtained by the International Center for Investigative Journalism (ICIJ) from the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca. The documents are gaining worldwide attention as they have uncovered at least 12 national leaders, as well as several major corporation executives, using offshore tax havens through the services provided by the firm.

“Make no mistake, there are dozens more ‘Mossack Fonsecas’ still facilitating the formation […] and movement of hiding funds offshore,” writes Brown, describing what the leak of the papers mean on a larger scale, “…[However] the mask has now been ripped off [revealing] how the offshore world actually works.”

As the millions of documents continue to be examined by a limited number of exclusive investigative journalists, attorney Paul Brown and colleagues collectively share easily-digestible insight on what is reported as one of the largest leaks in history. Their article, “The ‘Panama Papers’ – What are they, what do they mean and will they make a difference!” provides details outlining what the “Panama Papers” consists of, the known facts of the leak, and the possible long-term impacts of the secret documents.

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About Paul Brown and Karr Tuttle Campbell
Paul Richard Brown has extensive experience in asset recovery and financial fraud matters, including recovering assets that have been moved outside of the United States. He has secured assets by working with local counsel and an international team of investigators in 20 U.S. states and 20 foreign jurisdictions, including Belize, Isle of Man, Switzerland, Panama, France, Portugal, North America, and the Caribbean.

Karr Tuttle Campbell is a full-service law firm based in Seattle. We are committed to the cost-effective and aggressive management of clients’ business assets. We are one of the oldest law firms in the area, having served the Northwest since 1904. More information about the firm can be obtained through Jessica Hales, (206) 224-8146, or by visiting the firm’s website at www.karrtuttle.com.