Naomi specialises in multijurisdictional commercial litigation and investigations, with particular emphasis on corporate crime, complex fraud, corruption, asset tracing, and injunctive relief. She advises large financial institutions, multinational corporates, and high net worth individuals.
Naomi's experience includes acting on the U.K.'s first deferred prosecution agreement (involving the first indictment under s.7 of the U.K. Bribery Act) and a worldwide freezing order in relation to an international asset tracing matter.
Naomi is actively involved in Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner's pro bono programme and advises a number of charitable organizations, including Amicus and Reprieve. She is also a member of the Young Fraud Lawyers Association.
Naomi is a contributing author to the Financial Regulation: Emerging Themes in 2019 publication - an extensive collection of articles around the themes of investigations. financial crime, digital, markets, supervision and governance.