White Collar Crime
A&L Goodbody was the first law firm in Ireland to develop a specialist White Collar Crime Group. Our team has extensive experience of dealing with law enforcement issues, investigations by all the Irish regulators and also in working with regulators in other jurisdictions in transnational matters. At all times, we strive to protect our clients from being sanctioned and also from the reputational consequences that can flow from a criminal/regulatory investigation.
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The Football Association of Ireland
in respect of complex issues concerning the Association's financial affairs as well as multiple related investigations.
The former Chairman of INM
in respect of allegations relating to an acquisition considered by INM and an alleged data breach (all denied).
A large Irish company
on a major corruption investigation involving multiple parties in the construction sector.
dealing with cross border money laundering investigations involving the Central Bank of Ireland, the Criminal Assets Bureau and law enforcement agencies in several other jurisdictions.
in respect of an ODCE investigation into significant alleged accounting irregularities.
An Irish charity
in getting funding restored following a transnational investigation undertaken by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) in Washington and including the authorities in Ireland, The UK, Syria and Turkey.