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Karr Tuttle Campbell shareholder Paul Richard Brown will be a speaker at the 2013 American Bar Association Section of International Law’s Spring Meeting. This year’s meeting will be held from April 23-27 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. and will feature more than 60 CLE programs discussing a wide array of topics. This meeting is one of the most important gatherings of international lawyers, with expected attendance of more than 1,300 students and professionals from 80 countries.
Mr. Brown’s session is scheduled for Thursday, April 25 and he will be speaking about “How Discovery Tactics Can Enhance a World-Wide Fraud Recovery.” This program will cover issues related to dispute resolution, finance, financial crisis and corruption. It will focus on the very present problem of worldwide fraud, the types of discovery that are available outside the United States, obtaining evidence, and recovering losses. Mr. Brown will be joined by Eric Rein, Eugene Becker, Ernest Brod and J. Bradley Sargent.
Mr. Brown focuses his practice on commercial transactions and litigation in a wide variety of technology areas. He has extensive experience in asset recovery both in the United States and internationally, having represented many different clients in matters of asset recovery. He also has experience negotiating complex transactions for domestic and international high-technology businesses worldwide. Mr. Brown graduated from Seattle University School of Law and obtained his B.A. from the University of Puget Sound.
About the ABA Section of International Law
The American Bar Association Section of International Law is the leader in the development of policy in the international arena, the promotion of the rule of law, and the education of international law practitioners. This section was founded in 1933 and has a membership of over 23,000 people spanning over 90 countries. For more information about the ABA Section of International Law, click here.