Corker Binning has been featured in the GIR 100, an annual guide to the world’s leading cross-border investigations practices.
Based on extensive research, the guide, produced by Global Investigations Reviews, comprises of 100 firms from around the world noted for their cross-border government-led and internal investigations.
For corporate counsel, knowing which firm, or firms, to turn to during a crisis – sometimes at a moment’s notice – is of the utmost importance. In the most extreme cases, getting the right external counsel – with experienced people in the necessary locations – can mean the difference between sinking and swimming for a company under government scrutiny. Hence the need for a publication such as the GIR 100.
The publication noted that Corker Binning has built an elite practice that is often the first port of call for executives in the UK facing possible criminal proceedings. The firm’s breadth of work was also recognised by the publication.
To read the full profile, please click here. Please note that this behind a paywall.
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