Jamie Curle > DLA Piper > London, England > Lawyer Profile

DLA Piper
160 Aldersgate Street
LONDON
EC1A 4HT
England

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London > Crime, fraud and licensing > Fraud: civil

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Jamie CurleDLA Piper

Recommended for its international reach, DLA Piper is ‘very strong on Russia and CIS matters’ as well as having particular expertise in Africa, the Middle East. The firm advises on a range of corporate fraud cases, notably those related to insolvency, and stand-out strengths include matters arising from the financial, energy and natural resources sectors. Litigation funding is another key area of expertise for the practice. Jean-Pierre Douglas-Henry is the global co-chair of the firm’s litigation and regulatory group, he co-leads the civil fraud team with Jamie Curle, who is experienced in multijurisdictional disputes in the banking, funds and financial services sectors, as well as in fraud and asset tracing matters; and Jeremy Andrews, who focuses on fraud and asset tracing, banking and funds litigation, contentious trusts and estates, and natural resources disputes. They are ‘surrounded by excellent junior colleagues, who enhance the offering‘, an example being legal director Charles Allin, who is ‘clearly an impressive up and coming lawyer.’

London > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: premium

DLA Piper‘s ‘flexible, creative‘ litigation and regulatory practice is ‘excellent at managing largescale international litigation‘, particularly those involving emerging markets. ‘Great strategic thinkerJean-Pierre Douglas-Henry and the ‘hugely experiencedJamie Curle jointly lead the team. Douglas-Henry’s broad practice increasingly includes advising clients on human rights and governance issues; Curle and legal director Charles Allin count financial services sector, fraud and asset tracing and natural resources disputes among their specialisms. Jeremy Andrews is experienced in litigation involving the offshore jurisdictions, Russia and China, while James Carter is active in Africa-related disputes. Legal director Sarah Ellington is another contact for ESG issues.

London > Dispute resolution > Banking litigation: investment and retail

Recommended for ‘heavyweight banking disputes‘, DLA Piper‘s litigation and regulatory team attracts praise for its ‘breadth of experience and skills across all seniority levels‘. The group frequently works cross-office including with colleagues across its national offices in UK disputes and leverages its international network in cross-border matters, particularly in the fraud and regulatory spheres. Jean-Pierre Douglas-Henry, the ‘hugely experiencedJamie Curle and the ‘exceptionalJeremy Andrews jointly lead the practice. Other names to note include Jeremy Sher, who leads the firm’s class actions group, and the ‘thoroughly excellent‘ associate Sam Bodle. Legal director Tom Laidler joined the team in June 2021 from Akin Gump LLP.