Our specialist team advises clients around the world on all aspects of white collar crime including: compliance; internal, regulatory and criminal investigations; self-reporting and criminal defence.
Our global team of advisers operate the intersection of business and regulation. They have acted on a number of precedent-setting matters, including:
Acting in the first corporate bribery self-report and subsequent negotiated civil settlement in Scotland
Our team is unique among law firms in that we offer a multi-disciplinary team of lawyers and forensic accountants focused on forensic investigations and major compliance reviews. We work closely with our highly-experienced Civil Fraud & Asset Recovery team to provide comprehensive, commercial and joined-up advice as to the civil and criminal implications of complex fraud.
Eike advises corporations in the areas of corporate compliance and internal investigations, with a particular focus on the design, implementation, monitoring, review, and effectiveness assessment of compliance management systems in key compliance risk areas.
Jochen specialises in corporate defence, criminal compliance and internal investigations.
Laura specialises in regulatory enforcement and advises clients in a range of sectors dealing with compliance issues ranging from data and cyber breaches, internal fraud, corporate crime and health & safety.
Natalie specialises in white-collar crime and investigations, with extensive experience of advising both corporations and individuals facing scrutiny by law enforcement agencies and regulatory bodies.
Our expertise, at your disposal
With over 430 partners and 3000 people around the world, we are well-placed to support you across a full range of legal and advisory services.
Multinational firm Pinsent Masons has been recognised for its work in promoting diversity and inclusion at work in the Financial Times Diversity Leaders 2020 special report.
International law firm Pinsent Masons has advised S.R. Smith on the acquisition of Sunbather.
International law firm, Pinsent Masons, has joined the ODI’s Commercial Partnership Programme. The legal firm joins existing partners including, Arup, Co-op, Deutsche Bank, and Refinitiv: a peer group of forward-thinking organisations who share a common vision of a collaborative and open future.