• Airbus SE in a global investigation into allegations of fraud, bribery and corruption, and subsequent coordinated settlements with the UK Serious Fraud Office, French Parquet National Financier, U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Department of State.
    • The CEOs of a hedge fund and a bank being investigated for tax evasion, fraud, money laundering, sanctions breaches and forgery in various jurisdictions.
    • Entities wholly or partly owned by a government further to allegations of fraud, corruption, money laundering and sanctions breaches further to investments made in various jurisdictions, and interacting with relevant national enforcement agencies. Led efforts to extradite a suspect from a European jurisdiction to the Middle East to stand trial.
    • An individual accused of perverting the course of justice.
    • A company during raids carried out by the UK National Crime Agency further to allegations of bribery and money laundering (including attendance and management of the raids at the client's premises, and challenging the scope of the search warrants executed by the National Crime Agency).
    • A FTSE 100 company during an internal investigation further to whistleblower allegations of bribery, corruption and sanctions breaches in various subsidiaries in Africa and Central Asia, and its self-report to the UK Serious Fraud Office.
    • The Head of State of a West African government in a worldwide corruption investigation in Africa, the United States and Europe further to allegations of bribery and corruption when mining rights were granted.
    • A Head of State of a European country being investigated of tax fraud further to a request for mutual legal assistance.
    • The CEO of a financial services firm who received a Section 2 notice from the UK Serious Fraud Office to produce documents.
    • A leading financial institution during an internal investigation further to allegations of fraud and bribery.
    • A mining company in Zambia about its legal remedies further to a decision by the Zambian Ministry of Mines to revoke its mining rights.
    • An employee of a major bank for LIBOR manipulation and prepared him for interviews in Switzerland, the United States and the UK.
    • A French company operating in the extractive industry on its global anti-fraud and anti-bribery policies and delivered training to senior management on the UK Bribery Act 2010, the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 and the OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions.
    • An investment vehicle based in the Middle East on its anti-fraud and anti-bribery policies.
    • A major shipping company, including attendance and management of a raid of client premises by European Commission officials.

    Pro Bono

    • Supporting an NGO to analyze sexual offence laws in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus to advocate for legislative change for the LGBT community. 
    • Recipient of the Samuel Klein Pro Bono Award (March 2015). The award is given annually to recognize and honor those at Dechert who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to providing pro bono legal services.
    • Active member of the London Dechert Pro Bono Committee (2011-September 2019).
    • Active member of the London Dechert Global Women's Initiative (2013-present).
    • Volunteer at the Citizens' Advice Bureau (2007-2018).
    • Coordinated a team of six on a project for the Society for Democratic Initiatives to advise them on how to strengthen anti-bribery and corruption laws in Sierra Leone.
    • Volunteered with the Advocates for Human Rights during two fact-finding missions in the Balkans to assess how domestic violence laws are being implemented (October 2014-February 2015).
    • Worked on the Save Life Foundation Project in 2013 which was nominated for the Thomson Reuters Impact Award in October 2014.
    • Co-coordinated a project with Oxfam called Raising Her Voice and supervised a team of 37 lawyers who carried out a legal analysis on the state of implementation in Kenya of the Maputo Protocol (May 2013-July 2014). In October 2014, Dechert was commended by the Financial Times for this project in its Innovative Lawyers report. Dechert was also shortlisted as a finalist in the British Legal Awards for Corporate Social Responsibility for this project.
    • Speaker and panel member at the Lagos Public Interest Partnership Stakeholders' meeting in Nigeria in November 2012 to discuss different legal aid models. The meeting was attended by 100 prominent leaders from Government, private practice, academia and civil society.
    • Drafted a report on sex selection for the Center for Reproductive Rights based in New York, USA (2012).
    • Organized the London Dechert Legal Sponsored Walk team to raise funds for pro bono agencies in and around London (2011).
    • School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, LL.B, 2002
    • London School of Economics and Political Science, LL.M., 2003
    • BPP Law School, LPC, 2004
    • England and Wales
    • What is the impact of investigation and arbitration procedures on compliance?- Business & Legal Review (May 20, 2021) 
    • E-Discovery : quelques conseils avant de se lancer, Option Droit & Affaires - (April 28, 2021)
    • eDiscovery in Multi-Jurisdictional Investigations: Preparing to Play Multi-Level Chess, Anti-Corruption Report and Cybersecurity Law Report – (January 06 and 20, 2021)
    • Compliance : Lutte Internationale contre la Corruption et Gestion des Risques, Les Outils de la Compliance, Dalloz/the Journal of Regulation & Compliance  (January 2021)
    • Conduite des enquêtes transfrontalières – Analyse du point de vue américain, anglais et français, Revue Internationale de la Compliance et de l’Ethique des Affaires – (December 16, 2020)
    • French Ministry of Justice issues additional guidance which confirms that France will continue to be an active player in anti-corruption enforcement, Dechert OnPoint – (June 29, 2020)
    • Accord Airbus : un tournant décisif dans la coopération internationale en matière de lutte contre la corruption, Le Monde du Droit – (Mai 5, 2020)
    • La France, un nouvel acteur majeur de la lutte internationale contre la corruption aux côtés des États-Unis et du Royaume-Uni, Affiches Parisiennes – (March 20, 2020)
    • Questions complexes, solutions pratiques, Challenges - (January 31, 2020)
    • France's CJIP Guidelines Leave Little Doubt That France Will be an Active Player in Global Anti-Corruption Enforcement, International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Investigations 2020 - (January 21, 2020)     
    • How the New French Guidance on Deferred Prosecution Eligibility Affects Settlement Negotiations - (November 19, 2019)
    • Enquêtes internes et révélations spontanées : les autorités françaises fixent les nouvelles règles du jeu dans leurs lignes directrices, Dechert OnPoint - (August 07, 2019)
    • Navigating French Internal Investigations and Self-Reporting - French Authorities Issue New Guidance, Dechert OnPoint - (August 07, 2019)
    • United Kingdom: Increasingly Cooperative World of Cross-Border Investigations - (July 03, 2019)
    • Navigating French Internal Investigations and Self-Reporting Post-Sapin II - (May 15, 2019)
    • Osofsky's American Dream for the SFO - (February 20, 2019)
    • The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Corporate Investigations 2019 - (January 09, 2019)
    • United Kingdom: Cooperation since Rolls-Royce: Learning Points for Companies and Individuals - (July 13, 2018)
    • Anti-corruption & Bribery in the United Kingdom - (April 18, 2018)      
    • International Comparative Legal Guide to: Corporate Investigations 2018 - (January 04, 2018)      
    • United Kingdom: White-Collar Criminal Defence - The privilege of cooperation: employee interviews in internal investigations - GIR The European, Middle Eastern and African Investigations Review 2017 (June 19, 2017)     
    • United Kingdom - Three's a Crowd - Tensions Between Corporates and Individuals in Internal Investigations - GIR The European, Middle Eastern and African Investigations Review 2016 (June 14, 2016)
    • Welcome Clarification of English Law Regarding Legal Advice Privilege - DechertOnPoint (November 16, 2015)
    • United Kingdom: New Powers for the UK White-Collar Fantastic Four - GIR The European, Middle Eastern and African Investigations Review 2015 (August 18, 2015)
    • A World of Good - Pro Bono News - Dechert OnPoint (November 26, 2014)     
    • New UK Sentencing Guidelines - What Does This Mean For Corporates? - Dechert OnPoint (October 08, 2014) 
    • No Financial Incentives for Whistleblowers in the UK - Dechert OnPoint (August 07, 2014)      
    • Deferred Prosecution Agreements: A Powerful New Tool for UK Prosecutors? - Dechert OnPoint (May 03, 2013)    
    • New Anti-Corruption Provisions in EU Legislation: Increased Accountability for Mining, Oil and Gas Companies - Dechert OnPoint; reprinted as Dechert OnPoint CIS Legal Update (April 11, 2013)      
    • A World of Good - Pro Bono News - Dechert OnPoint (January 23, 2013)
    • A World of Good - Pro Bono News - Dechert OnPoint (July 31, 2012)
    • Financial Services Quarterly Report - Asia - Dechert OnPoint: Financial Services Quarterly Report (March 26, 2012)
    • Financial Services Quarterly Report - Dechert OnPoint: Financial Services Quarterly Report (March 22, 2012)

     

    • English
    • French
    • Dutch
    • Le Cercle de la Compliance
    • Institut du Risk et Compliance
    • Fraud Lawyers Association
    • Female Fraud Forum
    • Women in Compliance 
    • Proceeds of Crime Lawyers Association
    • Women’s White Collar Defense Association
    • M&A and Compliance, Institut du Risk & Compliance conference – Paris (June 10, 2021)
    • Teaching to students from the Master International white collar crime of Nanterre University, in collaboration with Stéphane Bonifassi – France (January 2021)
    • Teaching to students from the Master Business Law and Ethics of Cergy-Pontoise University - France (December 2020)
    • The impact of Investigations on Disputes with Partners and Coordination with Ongoing Proceedings and Arbitrations, Business Legal Forum - France - (October 15, 2020) 
    • Teaching four LLM courses to students from the Master Business Law and Ethics of Cergy-Pontoise University — France (February – April, 2020)
    • The Geographic Significance in the Choice and use of Compliance Tools, conferences organised by the Journal of Regulation & Compliance at the Law & Political Sciences School of the University Nice Sophia Antipolis. Other speakers: Sciences Po Paris, the University of Oslo and the University of Nouakchott - Nice (February 4, 2020)
    • A Discussion Between Defense Lawyers on Multi-jurisdictional Investigations: How to Manage the Increase of Information Exchange Between Government Agencies and Minimize the Risk of "Follow-On," Anti-Corruption France Conference, C5 - Paris (October 22, 2019)
    • The Legal and Practical Challenges that Arise During Internal Investigations, Retreat of the Cercle de la Compliance - Paris (July 3-4, 2019)
    • The Landscape of Internal Investigations in France Following the Implementation of the Sapin II law, GIR Live — Paris (June 27, 2019)
    • From the Assessment of the Sapin II Law’s Anti-Corruption System to the First French Deferred Prosecution Agreement (CJIP), Anti-Corruption France Conference, C5 — Paris (October 16-17, 2018)
    • Navigating Issues in Multi-jurisdictional Corruption Investigations in an Aggressive US/UK/French Enforcement Landscape, Anti-Corruption France Conference, Round Table, C5 — Paris (October 16-17, 2018)
    • Key Considerations During Internal Investigations, Dechert Event (co-organized with the Female Fraud Forum) — London (October 4, 2018)
    • Managing a Corporate Investigation: Compliance Roundtable — Zurich and Geneva, Switzerland (June 5-6, 2018)
    • Is your organization ready to face a corruption or fraud allegation?, Dechert Event  — London (April 26, 2018)