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Fraud and white-collar crime
Allen & Overy LLP advises various corporate and financial services clients on white-collar criminal matters, such as anti-corruption and regulatory investigations. Hendrik Jan Biemond’s expertise includes insider trading and market abuse.
De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek is recommended for advising on complex corporate and financial crime matters, including internal investigations. The ‘highly skilled and knowledgeable’ Marnix Somsen and Patrick Ploeger acted for Philips and Philips Pension Fund in a large-scale fraud investigation. Other clients include Vestia, Ageas and Rabobank.
NautaDutilh represents corporations, government organisations and high-net-worth individuals in criminal investigations and fraud cases. The team includes Joost Italianer, Bert Fibbe and Rob van der Hoeven.
Sjöcrona van Stigt’s seven-partner criminal defence team handles a broad range of matters for corporations, governmental organisations and individual clients. Recent cases include environmental crime and fraud. Jan Sjöcrona is ‘a very well-known figure with deep expertise’, and Enide Perez and Arthur van Stigt are also recommended.
Stibbe’s Daan Doorenbos has particular experience in market abuse matters and recently defended clients against insider trading allegations at regional and Supreme Court level. He is also involved in the Dutch real estate fraud case.
Wladimiroff Advocaten is noted for its representation of professionals in major criminal and fraud investigations but also acts for corporations. Key members of the team are of counsel Michaïl Wladimiroff, who is known for his experience in international criminal matters, and Ed van Liere, who joined from Simmons & Simmons LLP in 2013. Jan Leliveld is also recommended.
Boekel De Nerée has recently advised corporate and individual clients on real estate fraud, money-laundering and other criminal cases. Carel Raymakers leads the team on financial criminal matters.
CMS has been representing individuals in international bribery and large-scale corruption investigations. Team head Dian Brouwer successfully acted for the defendant in the first corruption case against a former senator.
Criminal defence firm De Roos & Pen handles high-profile fraud cases and conducts internal investigations for financial services clients. The team is currently representing an international bank in the Vestia proceedings. Dirk van der Landen, Lydia Backx and the ‘affable, knowledgeable’ Niels van der Laan are representing a bank in a major money-laundering case. Lian Mannheims is representing a defendant in the Vestia real estate fraud matter.
Hertoghs Tax Lawyers advises large corporate clients on criminal tax matters. Roel Kerckhoffs is the key contact.
Loyens & Loeff’s Remco van Heffen applies his ‘excellent knowledge’ to criminal defence work and the practice also leverages its tax expertise to advise on fraud, anti-corruption and other criminal investigations.
Ploum Lodder Princen’s practice head Marike Bakker advises on financial, environmental and regulatory matters. She is defending individuals in various matters, and remains involved in the Probo Koala toxic waste case, which recently went to appeal.
Simmons & Simmons LLP acts for individuals in large-scale corruption, fraud, insider trading and other criminal investigations. The firm lost practice head Ed van Liere to Wladimiroff Advocaten. White-collar fraud specialist Diederik van Omme is now the key contact.