• Relentless. Global. Pursuit.

Sequor:

Verb    |    Se·quor    |    \ˈ se.kwor \    To pursue, to chase, to attain.

Sequor Law derives its name from the Latin word ‘to pursue, to chase, to attain,’ and signifies our core values: the agile, aggressive, and relentless pursuit of assets and success on behalf of our clients.

Areas of Practice

Asset Recovery

Bank Litigation

Bankruptcy and Insolvency

Corruption and Proceeds of Crime Recovery

Creditors’ Rights

Cross-Border Matrimonial Asset Investigations

Financial Fraud

International Commercial Litigation

International Judgment and Arbitral Award Collection

Complementary Resources

Forensic Accounting

Investigations

Litigation Funding

Sequor Law represents companies and individual clients in the areas of asset recovery, financial fraud, insolvency and financial services litigation.

News and Announcements

Foreign representative of Brazilian businessman accused of smuggling yacht files Chapter 15 in Miami

The foreign representative of a long-time bankrupt businessman accused of concealing his assets and smuggling a US$30 million yacht into Brazil has filed Chapter 15 recognition proceedings in Miami.

Art, Cars, Parrots and Other Spoils of Miami Fraud Lawyer Edward H. Davis

“Corruption is like an acid eating away the steel understructure of society,” said Edward H. Davis Jr. of Sequor Law, Miami, who’s made it his mission to pursue corrupt politicians and Ponzi-schemers hiding money, boats, sports cars and exotic pets around the globe.”

The $70B loophole, or: How to turn your mansion into an offshore account

In the fall of 2016, Roger Ailes was by all accounts a very wealthy man. Fox News had just pushed him out from the company he built over allegations of sexual harassment, but paid him $40 million for his troubles. So he did what many other rich retirees before him have done: he bought a house in Florida.