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Corporate Offences, Fraud and White Collar Crime

Corporate Offences, Fraud and White Collar Crime

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"It is an exceptionally solution-oriented team that is fantastic at cutting through all the mess and getting to the bottom line."
Chambers Europe

Our Public Law, Regulatory and Investigations Group advises on all aspects of complex commercial litigation and disputes, including international disputes. We focus on advising organisations in relation to corporate offences, fraud and white collar crime.

We have been involved in the most significant regulatory investigations in Ireland in which we have advised on civil, criminal and regulatory implications of possible breaches of company, tax and banking laws. We advise on all aspects of corporate defense strategies including proactive and pre-emptive measures such as self-disclosure and remedial measures.

We advised National Irish Bank on all aspects of the largest corporate investigation in Irish legal history. This included the investigation by the High Court, the Director of Corporate Enforcement, the Comptroller and Auditor General, the Revenue Commissioners, the Financial Regulator and a Government Inquiry by the Public Accounts Committee into issues involving tax, mis-selling and overcharging and responses by the bank to customer litigation.

Accolades

Matheson is "quick to understand the relevant industry issues".
European Legal 500 2015

Matheson "stands out amongst other law firms".
European Legal 500 2015

"We see a lot of firms across the table and we always feel we have the best team. Its input is invaluable."
Chambers Europe 2013

"It is an exceptionally solution-oriented team that is fantastic at cutting through all the mess and getting to the bottom line. The team is great at following up points after the heat has been taken out of a situation, to make sure there are no loose ends that could come back to haunt us."
Chambers Europe 2012

"It is an exceptionally solution-oriented team that is fantastic at cutting through all the mess and getting to the bottom line."
Chambers Europe

Our Public Law, Regulatory and Investigations Group advises on all aspects of complex commercial litigation and disputes, including international disputes. We focus on advising organisations in relation to corporate offences, fraud and white collar crime.

We have been involved in the most significant regulatory investigations in Ireland in which we have advised on civil, criminal and regulatory implications of possible breaches of company, tax and banking laws. We advise on all aspects of corporate defense strategies including proactive and pre-emptive measures such as self-disclosure and remedial measures.

We advised National Irish Bank on all aspects of the largest corporate investigation in Irish legal history. This included the investigation by the High Court, the Director of Corporate Enforcement, the Comptroller and Auditor General, the Revenue Commissioners, the Financial Regulator and a Government Inquiry by the Public Accounts Committee into issues involving tax, mis-selling and overcharging and responses by the bank to customer litigation.


Matheson is "quick to understand the relevant industry issues".
European Legal 500 2015

Matheson "stands out amongst other law firms".
European Legal 500 2015

"We see a lot of firms across the table and we always feel we have the best team. Its input is invaluable."
Chambers Europe 2013

"It is an exceptionally solution-oriented team that is fantastic at cutting through all the mess and getting to the bottom line. The team is great at following up points after the heat has been taken out of a situation, to make sure there are no loose ends that could come back to haunt us."
Chambers Europe 2012



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