The Times has recognised Richardson Lissack for its expertise in Corporate Crime and Investigations, specifically in relation to allegations of bribery, fraud and money laundering for the 3rd year running.
The firm’s work in conducting Internal Investigations was highlighted by The Times stating that Richardson Lissack had been instructed in three separate internal investigations during 2021-22, all of which related to allegations of bribery, fraud and money laundering.
The first instruction came from the chief executive of a global corporation, who is the subject of an internal investigation into allegations of bribery and corruption linked to contracts for oil and gas in the Middle East with Far Eastern corporations.
The second was from a corporation that sought to investigate potential criminal wrongdoing within the company and to challenge the breach of contract caused by its suspension from various sites.
The third client, also a corporation, instructed the firm to investigate allegations of fraud, theft and money laundering by ex-employees, with a view to start litigation to recover damages from the offending third parties.
Richardson Lissack has maintained its position as a market leader in this area with plans for expansion over the coming months, which will enable the firm to increase its offering to its clients.
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