Inquiries and investigations
The international inquiries and investigations team is made up of more than 200 lawyers worldwide and is able to mobilise dedicated resources on a scale, and at a speed, that few can match.
Our clients include financial institutions, corporates and public bodies and our work includes internal investigations and self-reporting, collation of evidence and document production, inquiries led by external authorities and defence of clients in consequential criminal and civil proceedings.
We also provide a suite of tailored advice on related issues such as compliance, risk and reputational management. We investigate allegations of human-rights abuses and advise on the inter-relationships between domestic and international law.
This holistic approach, combined with our multi-jurisdictional, multi-discipline offering, allows us to deliver cost-effective and tailored solutions, while providing you with the resource you would expect from one of the world’s biggest law firms.
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