In recent years Gough Law has been retained in a number of significant international disputes to assist in compelling the disclosure of documents and evidence located in the Isle of Man for use in foreign proceedings. The firm acts for the US Securities and Exchange Commission in evidence gathering proceedings ancillary to the SEC v Wyly litigation taking place in the United States.
Gough Law also has wide experience of registering and enforcing foreign judgments in the Isle of Man and regularly advises on major international litigation across a wide range of jurisdictions, in particular in relation to asset tracing and recovery.
Alan Gough has provided expert evidence on Isle of Man law in foreign jurisdictions, including Finland, Switzerland and the United States. He has also acted as Special Counsel to the US Bankruptcy Court and has been an advisor to Departments of the Governments of Pakistan, the UK and South Africa.