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18 February 2019

Corker Binning recognised as a leading firm in Who’s Who Legal: Investigations 2019

Corker Binning Partners Peter BinningDavid CorkerJessica ParkerRobert Brown and Andrew Smith have been recognised as leading lawyers in Who’s Who Legal: Investigations 2019. Both Peter Binning and Jessica Parker (ranked number one and number three, respectively, in a list of 13) have also been recognised as one of the top Global Elite Thought Leaders for EMEA.

Who’s Who Legal (WWL) and Global Investigations Review have once again combined to identify the leading lawyers in this sector. In this edition, lawyers from 68 jurisdictions are highlighted for their exceptional ability in investigations work worldwide.

WWL recognises “five standout practitioners” and highlights that Corker Binning “cements its status as a leading player in the market”.

Peter Binning leads WWL’s EMEA research again for the second consecutive year and is commended by sources who affirm that he is “absolutely a leader” in the English market for his work in contentious regulatory and fraud cases.

Global Elite Thought Leader Jessica Parker is a “great practitioner” who draws praise for her work in a wide range of investigation matters. She has impressive experience working for an array of parties, including companies and individuals and broad knowledge across the white-collar criminal field.

David Corker stands out as a major figure in global investigations, thanks to his sophisticated practice and exceptional experience, particularly in cross-border cases, and criminal matters brought by the UK agencies.

Andrew Smith is a talented practitioner who is well-known and highly thought of by peers for his skill in litigation. He proficiently assists clients with a wide variety of contentious issues and has notable experience in extradition proceedings.

Robert Brown has decades of experience in white-collar matters and is widely recommended for his skill at handling international litigation.

See the full Who’s Who Legal: Investigations 2019 Analysis here.

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