Pamela Reddy boosts the firm's global investigations capabilities
Latham & Watkins has welcomed Pamela Reddy to the London office as a partner in the white collar defense & investigations practice. Reddy’s practice focuses on advising global companies and senior executives on all stages of investigations, from internal investigations, interviews under caution, government investigations and defending clients in jury trials.
“We are delighted to welcome Pamela to the firm,” said Stephen Kensell, office managing partner of Latham’s London office. “She is widely regarded as a leading UK-qualified white collar litigator with a formidable reputation advising companies and individuals on a variety of high-profile internal and external investigations. She will bring substantial senior expertise to our strong and growing London practice.”
Joining from Norton Rose Fulbright, Reddy has more than 25 years' experience advising on a variety of complex domestic and cross-border fraud, bribery and corruption, market abuse, and money laundering investigations; and regularly represents clients in high-profile criminal investigations involving the Serious Fraud Office, Financial Conduct Authority, Department of Justice, National Crime Agency, Financial Reporting Council, and the Dubai Financial Services Authority. She also advises on public inquiries and internal investigations, including for well-known sports clubs, and has advised on workplace culture reviews and allegations surfacing amid the #MeToo movement.
“Latham is one of only a very few firms equipped to handle high-stakes, global investigations involving multiple regulators,” said Martin Davies, global vice chair of Latham’s litigation & trial department. “Pamela’s expertise, connections, and track record before the UK’s regulatory authorities are market leading, and she will play a key role as we continue to establish Latham as the go-to firm for complex, cross-border investigations work.”
Reddy currently serves as a member of the City of London Corporate Crime Committee and the Women’s White Collar Defense Association. She is also a founder member of Women in Criminal Law, and previously served as an officer on the International Bar Association Business Crime group.