Corker Binning are pleased to have been ranked as a leading firm in the second annual publication of Chambers HNW 2017.
The firm has been ranked in Band 1 for Financial Crime: High Net Worth Individuals. Corker Binning is described as “one of the pre-eminent firms in this area at the moment,” by a source, who explains: “They are very informed about this area and understand what it takes to win a case.”
Peter Binning is highlighted for his work representing high net worth individuals in financial crime cases. One interviewee comments: “He is a standout because he has the ability to speak to clients in a language they understand.” Another source says: “Peter has been involved in many of the largest and highest-profile commercial investigations.” Binning has experience acting as both a defence and prosecution lawyer in fraud and regulatory matters. “He has seen both sides and understands what is achievable,” observes a market commentator.
David Corker has long-standing experience acting for business executives and high net worth individuals in large fraud, corruption and money-laundering cases. One source enthuses: “David is brilliant on forensic and disclosure issues.” Other interviewees highlight Corker’s academic writings on criminal law and procedure.
Find the firm’s full profile and rankings on the Chambers and Partners website here.
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