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Criminal, Fraud and Regulatory Lawyers
Based in the heart of legal London, Corker Binning is a law firm specialising in business crime and fraud, regulatory litigation and general criminal work of all types. Our partners, all leaders in their fields, are supported by a dedicated team of associates and support staff. Our impressive track record is based on quality thinking, straight talking and practical advice. We have excellent international experience and have been consistently highly ranked by the legal directories.
We act for a diverse range of individuals, companies and professional firms as well as international organisations and government departments. To all of them we offer a highly personalised service, a creative and dynamic attitude and a determination to achieve the best results possible.
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Police Investigations and Criminal Defence
Inquests and inquiries
Jemma Sherwood-Roberts comments on reform of the communications offences
24 September 2020
Peter Binning writes for Money Laundering Bulletin on FCA extension of financial crime reporting obligation
15 September 2020
Nick Barnard writes for GRR on FCA being likely to go after participants involved in cum-ex trading strategies
11 September 2020
Jessica Parker writes for Financial Reporter on repercussions for financial services firms if found facilitating tax evasion
10 September 2020
Jessica Parker and Andrew Smith write for GIR flashpoints between companies and individuals in corporate investigations
8 September 2020
The Supreme Court puts the DPA in MLA – but will Brexit mean the victory is short-lived?
15 July 2020
Burford v London Stock Exchange: Making a splash in Muddy Waters
8 July 2020
Crime, fraud and iniquity: How can an allegation of wrongdoing override Legal Professional Privilege?
5 July 2020
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