- Funding and management of enforcement actions for unpaid arbitration awards or judgments
- Seeing out Judgment lien and obtaining capital in exchange for rights to unpaid awards or judgments
Having devoted more than 30 years to studying and inhibiting asset-hiding activities, Omni Bridgeway is uniquely qualified to advise clients on how to safeguard collectability and enforcement of judgments.
In instances where assets are already hidden or made otherwise inaccessible, successful asset tracing, seizure and repatriation requires discretion, precision and diplomacy. As the world’s most experienced judgment enforcement team, Omni Bridgeway has refined its investigative skills and built proprietary asset tracing databases. We are also experienced in negotiating with third parties, heads of state and government officials to deliver and locate assets that allow judgment creditor parties to successfully collect on their hard-won court judgments and awards.
Protect your victory against diminution by partnering with the team that delivers across jurisdictions and in spite of impossible-seeming odds.
Our client, an infrastructure construction company, concluded an agreement with an African state (via its Ministry for Works) to rehabilitate a roadway between two major cities.Read More
We funded a US$8.75 million claim by a major Japanese trading house, who found themselves in a dispute with Mexican steel company AHMSA (Altos Hornos de Mexico S.A) after AHMSA entered administration and failed to pay for Roll Grinding equipment.Read More
We conducted a multi-jurisdictional enforcement for a German construction conglomerate against a Ukrainian professional Football Club.Read More
Having exhausted all avenues to enforce a favorable Award and recover monies owed by a parastatal of the Republic of Uzbekistan an exasperated Turkish construction company turned to Omni Bridgeway to devise and execute a recovery plan.Read More
Our clients invested in the development of an oil pipeline in a Eurasian State. Following a dispute between them and the State, they sought arbitration in the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) and were awarded two Awards totaling US$100 million to be paid by the State.Read More