Corker Binning are pleased to have been ranked as a leading firm in Chambers HNW 2018.
The firm has been ranked in Band 1 for Financial Crime: High Net Worth Individuals. Chambers describes Corker Binning as a “top drawer firm“. Additionally, a source added that “clients are very much looking for someone who is discreet and will shield them from the more unpleasant side of criminal law, and will provide a service which has an eye to the expectations and needs of high net worth clients – I would definitely say that they manage that well.”
Peter Binning is highly regarded for his practice acting for high net worth individuals in fraud and regulatory litigation. A peer says: “I would be very comfortable working alongside him or sending a case to him, I would know that it would be looked after. He’s very, very smart and clearly does a great job for his clients.” “Peter is very personable, he’s got a warm personality and he’s very good with clients,” reports an interviewee, adding that “he’s very able and an extremely experienced lawyer. He has a wealth of experience.”
David Corker “is a very highly respected practitioner.” He has extensive experience representing clients under criminal and regulatory investigations, including in fraud and corruption cases. “David is quite a cerebral lawyer – he’s sort of a lawyer’s lawyer. He really understands the law and is quite creative; he spots areas of the law to investigate and challenge,” remarks one interviewee. Another agrees: “he’s innovative in his approach to his cases. He tends to have different ways or new angles to offer on a particular situation.” “He’s very much detail-focused, so he’s going to reassure a client that he’s thought of absolutely everything,” says a source.
Find the firm’s full profile and rankings on the Chambers and Partners website here.
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