Corker Binning continues to 'punch well above its weight'… Corker Binning represents many high-profile clients in sensitive matters attracting considerable media attention.
Legal 500 UK 2011
Corker Binning has ‘a well-deserved reputation for excellence in the fraud and white-collar crime space’, and ‘combines hard work, commitment and excellent judgement to provide a through and efficient service’
The Legal 500 UK 2017
This four-partner firm continues to consolidate its position as one of the leading fraud practices in the London market. Enthusiastic sources praise its “efficient and intuitive” lawyers, agreeing that it is well placed to handle high-stakes and complex work.
Chambers UK 2012
What the firm lacks in size, it more than makes up for in the experience and expertise of its practitioners, who cover all the key areas of financial and regulatory enforcement. Corker Binning regularly represents large corporations and high-profile individuals in FCA and SFO investigations and prosecutions and clients are impressed by the “sensational level of support on offer”.
Who’s Who Legal 100 2016
"She is a class act: measured, practical and highly intelligent."
Chambers UK 2018
Robert Brown has acted on a number of high-profile cases, including that of Charlie Gilmour. He is universally regarded as a brilliant lawyer, with one source calling him “a star – one of the most popular lawyers in London.” As vice chairman of the British Russian Law Association, Brown is also well placed to handle extradition cases.
Chambers UK 2013
"It's a team effort there. From top to bottom and at every level, they are on top of their game."
Chambers UK 2017
Co-founder David Corker is a previous Metropolitan Police constable who enjoys an enviable reputation for “great legal understanding allied to superb tactical judgement.”
Chambers UK 2012
Juveniles and youth crime
As part of our expertise in police investigations and criminal defence, we advise juveniles (young people under the age of 18) who are being investigated for a criminal offence or who are being prosecuted in the youth court.
For a young person and their parents or carers, this can be a very daunting and stressful experience. Our specialist youth crime lawyers will steer you through the process and procedure and, where possible, seek to persuade the prosecuting authorities not to prosecute. We are totally committed to achieving the best outcome for our clients and to providing them with all the guidance and assistance they require. Young people in particular need to feel reassured and supported through this difficult time.
Our lawyers have expertise in acting for young people facing investigation and charges for a variety of offences including sexual offences, drugs, public order, common assault, ABH, GBH, theft and fraud. On many occasions we have successfully negotiated with the police and the CPS to prevent a charge.
We are available 24 hours a day and can help from the moment of arrest, through police station procedures and charge and in all subsequent court hearings.More
For more information on how we can help you, please call 020 7353 6000 or visit our blog to read our views on a wide range of criminal law matters.
Named as key individuals in the field of Crime by Chambers UK 2018:
Robert Brown – Star Individual
Jessica Parker – Band 4
- Corker Binning is ranked in Band 1 of recommended firms for Crime by Chambers 2018.
- Corker Binning is ranked as a first tier firm for Crime by The Legal 500 2017 and Robert Brown is named as a leading individual for Crime.
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- Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh comments on Jon Venables’ sentencing in The Daily Mirror and Liverpool Echo
- Sentencing Children and Young People: Is it really black and white?
- Youth sexting: updated position on self-taken indecent images and social media
- Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh’s article on youth “sexting” published in Criminal Law & Justice Weekly
- Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh discusses underage sexting and police discretion in the Daily Mail
- The Trouble with Sexting
- The Trouble with Sexting: Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh published in The Times, The Barrister, Criminal Law & Justice Weekly and Crimeline
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