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Boies, Schiller & Flexner

Boies Schiller Flexner, one of the world’s leading international dispute resolution firms, enjoys a reputation for winning in complex, high-risk disputes where results matter most. Since its launch in 2014, Boies Schiller Flexner’s London office has established itself as the English law firm of choice for US and UK financial institutions, investment funds, governments and corporates to lead on their highest-profile multi-jurisdictional litigation, arbitrations and investigations. Boies Schiller Flexner is one of the premier law firms in the United States and has been described by The Wall Street Journal as a ‘national litigation powerhouse’ and by the National Law Journal as ‘unafraid to venture into controversial’ matters.

The firm’s global investigations and white-collar defence practice group includes 19 former federal prosecutors, as well as former officials from the SEC, the FTC, the FDA, several state attorneys general offices, the White House and Congress. Collectively, the group has been involved in virtually every major white-collar matter in the last several years, representing clients in investigations concerning mortgage-backed securities, LIBOR and other benchmark rates, anti-money laundering and sanctions violations, insider trading and global corruption matters.

The team conducts independent internal investigations on behalf of corporate clients and their boards, developing investigations that are credible, thorough and minimally disruptive to the clients’ business. They also establish and maintain effective compliance programmes, including corporate reform and remedial compliance programmes. They provide counsel on appropriate responsive actions, including compliance or governance reforms, personnel action and referral to regulators, law enforcement or public disclosure.

5 New Street Square
London, EC4A 3BF
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 20 3908 0800

www.bsfllp.com

Boies, Schiller & Flexner