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We act for multi-national corporations in respect of corporate crime investigations brought by government investigatory agencies. Corporate crime is a complex area of law, the repercussions for corporations that fall foul of various pieces of legislation, including failure to prevent offences, could be catastrophic, financially and for the reputation of the company.
We act for multi-national corporations in respect of corporate regulatory and compliance matters.
This includes but is not limited to, conducting FWRA, drafting policies and ensuring procedural compliance.
We act for individuals and businesses in a wide variety of disputes. We provide tailored legal advice, focusing on ways to resolve disputes effectively as possible. We advocate the use of alternative dispute resolution but, where court proceedings are necessary, we guide clients through the court process concentrating on achieving the clients’ desired outcome.
Our broad range of business legal services includes providing all kinds of commercial legal advice, commercial contracts and general counsel consultancy. This can include contract reviews, preparing the business for sale to realise its value and negotiating contracts.
Our expert team of lawyers represent high-net-worth individuals and global businesses either under investigation or charged with financial crime offences.
These can involve fraud, money laundering, insider trading, tax evasion, and other types of white-collar crime.
We provide contentious and non-contentious advice to individuals and corporates in the financial services sector. This includes but is not limited to representation in FCA, BoE (PRA), FRC enforcement investigations, compliance with MLR, advice on authorisation, FSMA regulated activities, unregulated activities (RAO exemptions)and the Senior Managers & Certification Regime (SMCR).
As technology continues to revolutionise the financial industry, Fintech has emerged as one of the most rapidly growing areas in the market. Fintech start-ups have been disrupting the traditional financial services sector and offer innovative solutions that challenge the status quo.
Sanctions laws and regulations are a critical tool used by governments to achieve foreign policy objectives. They are economic measures that countries use to restrict trade, financial transactions, or other economic activities with targeted countries, entities, or individuals. These measures are implemented to penalise certain countries or entities for violating international norms or to promote compliance with international law.
Our insolvency specialists assist both businesses and individuals. It is important for debtors to seek professional advice at an early stage to ensure that they choose the most appropriate procedure and to maximise the chances of a successful outcome.
We act for a wide variety of professionals facing investigation by their regulatory or enforcement bodies. This includes matters relating to alleged misconduct, dishonesty, professional negligence, and other fitness to practise concerns. We provide advice and representation from the point of allegation through to final hearings, appeals and judicial review challenges.
Tax litigation can be complex and time-consuming, and the consequences of an unfavourable outcome can be significant, including hefty fines and penalties. Our expert tax team provides strategic, sensible and practical advice designed to achieve the best possible outcome.
Our team has extensive experience in dealing with the full spectrum of criminal offences from the investigation phase through to any subsequent prosecution, devising a clear strategy from the outset to pro-actively and robustly challenge the allegations. This includes undertaking our own pre-charge investigations; early engagement with the government agency responsible; representation during interviews under caution; and the preparation of written representations seeking to minimise the prospect of a prosecution.