Jessica Parker > Corker Binning > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Corker Binning Offices
THE CURSITOR BUILDING
38 CHANCERY LANE
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Corker Binning advises on the full gamut of white-collar crime and related matters including tax fraud, cartels, extradition, illegitimate financial gain, fraud, bribery, corruption, money laundering, sanctions and export controls. Clients include individuals from local government, FTSE 100 businesses and major banks. The firm frequently deals with all major UK agencies and foreign bodies including the SFO, FCA, HMRC, National Crime Agency (NCA), the Metropolitan Police, US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Department of Justice (DOJ). Andrew Smith heads the team and focuses on criminal inquiries and investigations. Peter Binning is adept at handling international white-collar matters and David Corker is recommended for his experience in large fraud cases and SFO investigations. Jessica Parker has particular experience in tax fraud and investigations. Claire Cross has in-depth knowledge of FCA investigations.
Corker Binning‘s team has ‘a fantastic spread of talent‘ and ‘great strength and expertise across all levels of seniority‘. The firm handles work for high-net-worth individuals, and has recently seen an uptick in cases involving historic sexual abuse. Other key areas of instruction include murder, extradition, dangerous driving and drugs offences. Robert Brown heads the practice, in which Andrew Smith, Jessica Parker and Edward Grange are key contacts.
Corker Binning handles complex cases involving alleged wrongdoing, and it covers advice on proceedings that overlap with other investigations. It has particular experience in FCA cases and specialises in compelled interviews and advising persons discharging managerial responsibilities. The names to note are Andrew Smith, Peter Binning, Claire Cross and Jessica Parker.
- Crime: general - London > Crime, fraud and licensing
- Fraud: white-collar crime - London > Crime, fraud and licensing
- Leading individuals - London > Crime, fraud and licensing > Fraud: white-collar crime
- Professional discipline - London > Dispute resolution