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Business defence

Gateley Legal

If your organisation becomes subject to a criminal investigation, or is a victim of corporate crime, you need to protect your interests and minimise any fall-out from enforcement authorities, litigation or reputationally in the marketplace. 

We protect the interests of our clients facing regulatory investigations, minimising the cost, disruption and reputational damage that invariably result from such investigations, whether or not there is a prosecution. 

What do we do?

Our team guide clients through an investigation by any regulator. Whether it be European Commission dawn raids, prosecutions by Trading Standards or investigations by the National Crime Agency for money laundering, we will be at your side helping you defend your business. We protect our clients’ interests before courts and regulators and provide representation at interviews under caution and throughout any prosecution process. 

Expert in advising on high profile investigations for corporate clients.
Legal 500 UK, 2018

Corporate crime

Corporate criminals are becoming more and more sophisticated, and businesses of all types and sizes can become the targets of criminal endeavours. We help clients put in place effective systems and controls to minimise the risk of your organisation falling victim to such crime; to ensure that your internal systems and processes are fit for purpose. 

We can also advise you on how to protect your reputation whether online or through traditional media; our defamation team are experienced in managing the reputational impacts of such cases.

Who do we help?

We help businesses of all types and sizes to protect their interests in regulatory investigations whether they are a victim of external criminal efforts or facing allegations themselves.

How much does this cost?

We take a pragmatic approach in relation to price, providing clients with a variety of options, including fixed fees. 

We publish pricing guidance in relation to motoring offences as required by the Solicitors Regulation Authority price transparency rules.

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