Jason Williamson’s practice focuses on cross-border investigations into allegations of corporate misconduct, including fraud, bribery, corruption, money laundering, data breaches, and other criminal and regulatory offences. He is
experienced in advising individual and corporate clients of the civil, criminal and regulatory risks that can arise in multinational investigations.
Mr. Williamson advises clients in proceedings brought by a range of prosecutors and regulators, including actions commenced by the U.K. Serious Fraud Office, Financial Conduct Authority, HM Revenue & Customs and the U.S. Department of Justice. His experience includes advising clients facing parallel investigations by multiple agencies, as well as concurrent criminal and civil litigation.
He also advises clients on anti-bribery and corruption matters and has successfully defended clients against enforcement actions commenced by multiple agencies. In this capacity, he regularly assists clients with governance issues and best practices regarding risk and compliance.
Mr. Williamson also has experience representing clients involved in the civil and criminal aspects of asset recovery and restraint proceedings. This includes advising clients on the restraint of assets through both civil and criminal courts and the pursuit of civil proceedings and private prosecutions.