Joe Wielebinski Participates in ICC-FraudNet Podcast: What to Expect Regarding Fraud and Insolvency During COVID-19


Winstead PC Shareholder Joe Wielebinski was a panelist on an ICC-FraudNet podcast, “COVID-19: What to Expect Regarding Fraud and Insolvency,” addressing fraud and asset recovery during the COVID-19 crisis. 

ICC-FraudNet is a London-based, invitation-only, international network of attorneys throughout the world who have significant experience in complex commercial fraud and offshore asset identification and recovery. Wielebinski is the Executive Director Emeritus of ICC-FraudNet and is a member of FraudNet’s Advisory Board.

The podcast panel discussed the state of cross-border fraud and asset recovery in North America during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the impact on individual jurisdictions and specific practices. The panelists provided their views on the breadth and scope of this crisis and its likely effects on fraud around the world. In addition to Wielebinski, the podcast featured Edward Davis, founding shareholder at Sequor Law in Miami and Matthew Lindsay, partner at Rose LLP in Alberta, Canada. The panel was moderated by Rodrigo Callejas, shareholder at Carrillo y Asociados in Guatemala.  

Wielebinski has more than 30 years of experience in bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and financial restructuring, and he is active throughout the United States in a variety of complex restructuring, insolvency and bankruptcy matters and related litigation. Joe has represented numerous victims in matters involving complex financial fraud, theft, money laundering and other white collar crimes. He has also served as a Federal District Court receiver at the request of the SEC in cases involving national and cross-border fraud schemes. 

Listen to the podcast.

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