The U.S. Government’s Domestic and International Asset Recovery Powers

Stef Cassella one of America’s leading asset recovery experts, talks about the powers available to the U.S. government to confiscate domestic and international property and how financial institutions can guard against the risk of being on the wrong end of a recovery action.

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Stef Cassella

As a federal prosecutor, Stefan D. Cassella was one of the federal government’s leading experts on asset forfeiture and money laundering law for over thirty years. He now serves as an expert witness and consultant to law enforcement agencies and the private sector as the CEO of AssetForfeitureLaw, LLC.

As a Deputy Chief of the Justice Department’s Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section and later as the Chief of the Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Baltimore, Maryland, Mr. Cassella litigated some of the Government’s most significant forfeiture and money laundering cases and drafted many of the federal forfeiture and money laundering statutes.

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