Corker Binning are delighted to have remained in Tier One for both ‘Crime: general’ and ‘Fraud: White collar crime’ in this year’s Legal 500 UK listings.
Peter Binning and David Corker have been named as leading individuals in ‘Fraud: white-collar crime’ and Robert has been listed as a leading individual in ‘Crime: general’.
Please see below a full list of our rankings and quotes from Legal 500:
Tier One in ‘Crime: General’
At Corker Binning, department head Robert Brown ‘has the rare ability to nip potential prosecutions in the bud’. Known for its high-profile work, the firm has a specialism in extradition work, with the ‘very bright’ Andrew Smith recently acting in Shrien Dewani’s extradition proceedings
Robert Brown is listed in Tier One as a ‘Leading Individual’
Tier One in ‘Fraud: white-collar crime’
‘Combining intellectual rigour with excellent judgement’, David Corker and Peter Binning’s team at Corker Binning includes Robert Brown and Jessica Parker. It is representing the former CEO of Alba in the current SFO prosecution, and is also involved in Libor-related proceedings and the Operation Tabernula investigation. Nicola Finnerty has retired.
Both Peter Binning and David Corker are listed in Tier One as ‘Leading Individuals’
Tier Three in ‘Corporate crime (including fraud, bribery and corruption)’
‘One of the leaders’ in terms of representing individuals, Corker Binning offers ‘excellent value for money’ when it comes to advising corporates. David Corker and Peter Binning are both recommended.
Tier Four in ‘Professional discipline’
Corker Binning’s clients include the FRC. Andrew Smith is the head of the department, and is considered ‘a natural litigator’.
The link to the online firm profile and individual profiles can be found here.
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