William Merry focuses his practice on a range of domestic and international corporate crime and investigations-related matters. He has experience in resolving anti-bribery and corruption, anti-money laundering, fraud and sanctions matters in both contentious and non-contentious contexts.
Prior to joining McDermott, William has gained experience at an international law firm, during which time he spent periods on secondment to two large financial institutions. William has worked with a spectrum of clients in a range of sectors, including high profile individuals, corporates and government bodies. He also has experience acting on contentious property and employment law-related disputes for pro bono clients, including in relation to litigation in the Employment Tribunal and County Court.
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