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Jones Day
21 TUDOR STREET
LONDON
EC4Y 0DJ
England

Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > Banking litigation: investment and retail

Jones Day has a strong name in the market for banking litigation. The practice’s representative experience includes litigation involving complex bank products and bank failures, as well as international investigations and disputes in relation to the manipulation of foreign exchange markets. Sion Richards is particularly focused on multi-jurisdictional investigations and civil litigation involving major fraud, asset tracing, and corruption investigations, as well as contentious insolvency disputes. Other highly regarded advisers are Adam Brown and Harriet Territt. Former disputes partner Lucas Moore exited for Payne Hicks Beach.

London > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation

Jones Day‘s London office frequently represents significant corporations in groundbreaking, cross-border litigation and is particularly renowned for its civil fraud and international asset tracing experience. Sion Richards leads the firm’s global disputes practice in London; Craig Shuttleworth advises on litigation, arbitration, adjudication, and expert determination, as well as matters that focus on claimant fraud actions and white-collar crime; and Barnaby Stueck focuses on complex fraud, contentious insolvency, asset tracing and investment fund disputes, which often involve offshore jurisdictions. Adam Brown and Rhys Thomas are also key names. Daniel Travers and Annabel Treadgold were made partners and Sarah Batley is an experienced of counsel.

London > Finance > Corporate restructuring & insolvency

While Jones Day‘s London team lacks the visibility of its US colleagues, particularly for big-ticket debtor mandates, it has successfully developed a strong practice in relation to contentious and non-contentious matters for insolvency practitioners. ‘Excellent‘ team head Ben Larkin  has recently been very active on behalf of stakeholders in relation to the spate of domestic retail failures, including his work for the liquidators of BHS on its high-profile insolvency. Sion Richards has an excellent reputation for handling contentious insolvency matters, while Kay Morley  regularly advises fund clients investing in distressed opportunities.

London > Risk advisory > Regulatory investigations and corporate crime

Jones Day handles internal and regulatory investigations relating to fraud, antitrust and securities improprieties, international trade, FCPA-related issues, government contracts, healthcare and environmental crimes. Glyn Powell heads the team alongside Sion Richards who specialises in multi-jurisdictional investigations, fraud and corruption. The firm is known for securing the UK’s first ever deferred prosecution agreement and is adept at handling matters relating to the UK Bribery Act.

London > Crime, fraud and licensing > Fraud: civil

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The London team at Jones Day advise on complex cross-border matters, international asset tracing, contentious insolvency, investment fund disputes and cases involving offshore jurisdictions. , with clients including both businesses and high-net-worth individuals. Sion Richards heads the practice and specialises in multijurisdictional investigations and civil litigation; he is particularly adept at handling injunctive relief and asset tracing. Craig Shuttleworth is recommended for his experience in disputes, expert determination and claimant fraud actions.