See you in court?


Robert Briant in the British Virgin Islands office of Conyers Dill & Pearman believes most of the funds in crisis have already been identified and any litigation has either commenced or is imminent. “The litigation surrounding the Madoff feeder funds, as well as the other fraudulent schemes uncovered as a result of the financial crisis, will continue for years to come,” he cautions.

Both Tania Dons and Richard Finlay in the Cayman Islands office of the firm do not expect any dramatic increase in

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