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22 October 2020

Corker Binning ranked in Chambers UK 2021 Guide

Corker Binning has been ranked ‘Band 1’ in four categories in the Chambers UK 2021 Guide, including:

  • Crime
  • Crime: Extradition
  • Financial Crime: Individuals
  • POCA Work & Asset Forfeiture

Corker Binning was also ranked ‘Band 2’ in Tax: Contentious: Fraud Department.

Partner Claire Cross was listed as ‘Up and coming’ under Financial Services: Contentious Regulatory – UK-wide, while Partner Edward Grange was named as a ‘Star Individual’ for Crime: Extradition.

Several individuals at Corker Binning have listed as ‘Notable practitioners’:

 

 

Crime Department

Corker Binning is “a leading boutique criminal firm dealing with a wide range of offences.”

Notable practitioners

Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh is “[a]n absolute rising star who has fantastic judgement and instincts.”

Jessica Parker:“She is intelligent and compelling in her approach.”

POCA Work & Asset Forfeiture Department

Corker Binning: “they’re experienced, well regarded and they know what they’re doing in the business crime space.”

It has a “very good strategic sense of the work they do.”

“[T]here isn’t a development in this space that they’re not on top of.”

Notable practitioners

Andrew Smith“He has an intellectual, forensic approach towards POCA matters.” “He’s a clever, academic lawyer who gives good, pragmatic advice.”

David Corker:“He’s ferociously bright.” “He delivers an excellent quality of service and is a true expert in his field.”

Jessica Parker:“She is tactically aware and creates a total confidence in the client. She also has excellent judgement.” “She is extremely clued up on current POCA trends in regards to international fraud and white-collar crime cases.”

Peter Binning“He’s fair-minded, academic and good with clients.” “He’s objective in his advice.”

Crime: Extradition Department

Corker Binning: “They are very good for extradition,” says a source.

“They have done some of the most complicated extradition cases around.”

Notable practitioners

Andrew Smith: “He is very technically knowledgeable.” “He is efficient and responsive and would be my go-to on extradition matters.”

Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh:“She is collaborative, diligent and thorough.” “She is very good and really knows her stuff, particularly with regard to Interpol.”

Edward Grange“He is absolutely first rate and his knowledge of the area is second to none.” “A go-to extradition partner.”

Peter Binning“Peter is experienced, empathetic and has good judgement.”

Financial Crime: Individuals Department

Corker Binning: “They have a superb team and they work well together.”

“They are intellectually sound, good lawyers and are very good at client care.”

Notable practitioners

Andrew Smith: “His judgement is very sharp.” “He is a really fantastic partner, a very strong performer, cerebral and perfectly prepared.”

Claire Cross“She is fantastic.” “A great tactician.” “She is excellent with clients, enabling them to understand various aspects of a case.”

David Corker“He is terrific – thoughtful and innovative.” “He is supremely good and fights his client’s corner excellently.” “He is a great tactician.”

Jessica Parker“She is smart, tactically aware, works extremely well with counsel in partnership and is a real team player. She is extremely good with clients and creates total confidence in the client.”

Peter Binning“He is very impressive.” “He rolls up his sleeves and gets stuck in to cases. He is absolutely brilliant.”

Tax: Contentious: Fraud Department

Corker Binning: “They are fantastic – they are experts who are cerebral and think intellectually about issues.”

Notable practitioners

Jessica Parker“We had a fantastic experience working with Jessica as she is smart, tactically aware and works extremely well with counsel.” “She is strategically sharp and brilliant with clients.”

Financial Services: Contentious Regulatory – UK-wide

Claire Cross: “A fantastic team player, extremely bright and a great tactician.””She’s very down-to-earth, can simplify things well and has insight into how the FCA operates.”

 

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