Willkie Farr & Gallagher
Willkie is an elite international law firm of approximately 850 lawyers spread over twelve offices in six countries. We represent companies across a wide spectrum of business areas and industries, most particularly financial services. Our core practices are complex litigation, M&A, private equity, asset management, bankruptcy and restructuring, and competition and antitrust. The firm comprises attorneys who are individually and as a group recognised as some of the world’s foremost subject-matter advisors in their respective areas of practice. We are committed to continuing our 130-year history of excellence and service to our clients.
Willkie’s market-leading Compliance, Investigations & Enforcement lawyers work seamlessly to deliver the highest caliber service. With one of the broadest and deepest compliance, investigatory and enforcement practices of any international firm, we have advised clients on a broad spectrum of issues all over the world. Willkie represents public companies, financial institutions and their executives in all aspects of compliance, investigations and enforcement, and in particular high-stakes matters and all types of financial crimes. We are distinguished as an elite international team, joining up the experience of litigators in the UK, US and Continental Europe to provide an integrated platform of legal services covering multiple jurisdictions and geographies. We have particular experience in matters relating to international business practices, including the FCPA, the UK Bribery Act, anti-money laundering, export controls, and trade and financial sanctions.
The firm was named “Most Impressive Investigations Practice of the Year” and honoured for its role in the “Most Important Case of the Year” by Global Investigations Review in 2020.
We keep our clients informed using modern technology to stay up-to-date on the latest developments and trends. The Willkie Compliance Concourse app offers clients an easily accessible, centralised resource on compliance, investigations and enforcement topics, and UK and US regulatory matters.
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