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London: Crime, fraud and licensing

Fraud: civil

Within: Fraud: civil

Norton Rose Fulbright combines ‘detailed technical legal advice with a viable commercial approach’. It advises on high-value, cross-border fraud and asset tracing matters. The firm continues to act for Citibank and Citigroup Global Markets in a Commercial Court dispute concerning financing transactions entered into with the commodities trader Mercuria, this matter is worth $285m. Deirdre Walker heads the practice, supported by Ruth Cowley and Matthew Waudby, who is ‘absolutely excellent in both the application of the law and managing the complex web of relationships in a difficult case’. Pamela Reddy joined as partner. Chris Warren Smith and Melanie Ryan left the firm.

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Fraud: white-collar crime

Within: Fraud: white-collar crime

Norton Rose Fulbright is ‘an outstanding firm’ that regularly acts for senior executives, corporates and financial institutions in multi-jurisdictional regulatory investigations, enforcement proceedings and prosecutions. The firm continues to represent a former financial director of Tesco in relation to an ongoing SFO prosecution that resulted from profit overstatement in a case worth around £250m. Peter Scott heads the team, which includes Neil O’May, who has ‘quickly established a reputation as a go-to person for managing these cases’, and Lista M. Cannon, who has ‘long-range vision and commands the confidence of her clients’. Pamela Reddy joined as partner from Simons Muirhead & Burton. Chris Warren Smith and Melanie Ryan left for Morgan, Lewis & Bockius UK LLP.

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London: Risk advisory

Regulatory investigations and corporate crime

Within: Regulatory investigations and corporate crime

The ‘outstanding’ practice at Norton Rose Fulbright advises a wide range of corporate clients in high-profile investigations. It is adept at handling multi-jurisdictional regulatory investigations and enforcement proceedings, criminal investigations and related prosecutions and civil litigation. It provides advices on issues of bribery and corruption, fraud, money-laundering, antitrust, economic sanctions, export controls, human rights and market manipulation. Sam Eastwood (now at Mayer Brown International LLP) headed the team alongside Peter Scott and Neil O’May who has ‘quickly established a reputation as a go-to person for managing these cases’. Lista M. Cannon is ‘always thinking three steps ahead of everyone else – she has long-range vision, and commands the confidence of her clients’. David Harris is noted for his ‘mastery of the detail of all aspects of his cases’. Pamela Reddy joined as partner from Simons Muirhead & Burton. Ruth Cowley is also recommended. Chris Warren-Smith  and Melanie Ryan left for Morgan Lewis.

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