Solicitor, based in London and advising clients throughout the UK.
A successful outcome in over 87% of cases
“Expert Dispute Resolution Lawyer”
“A leading expert in HMRC investigations, fraud and complex financial crime”
“Malcolm provides strategic and creative thinking that achieves fantastic results for clients”
“Malcolm Simmons is extremely committed, hardworking and produces top quality work. He provides amazing support for clients.”
About Malcolm Simmons
Malcolm Simmons is a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England & Wales with almost thirty years of experience dealing with serious and organised crime, dispute resolution and complex civil litigation.
Judge Malcolm Simmons served as an international judge from 2004 to 2017 hearing serious organised crime cases and complex financial crime cases including fraud, money laundering, insider trading, seizure of assets, extradition and multi-jurisdictional civil claims. Judge Malcolm Simmons was President of EU International Judges from 2014 to 2017.
Judge Malcolm Simmons is particularly well-known for his international work. He continues to advise government around on the world on reform of the judiciary and administration of justice.
Judge Malcolm Simmons has more than twenty years experience training judiciary from Europe to Asia.
Malcolm Simmons advises major UK and international law firms in dispute resolution and global complex litigation. Having served as a senior court judge, Malcolm understands better than most lawyers how to use evidential and procedural rules to a clients advantage. With an integrated practice structure, his team specialises in providing a proactive approach with clear, strategic advice for the successful conclusion of your case.
Malcolm works at the cutting edge of complex civil claims and financial crime with significant experience in the following practice areas:
- Dispute Resolution
- Commercial Disputes
- Contract Disputes
- Professional Negligence
- Cross-Border Disputes
- Criminal law
- Complex Civil Litigation
- HMRC Investigations
- Fraud and Financial Crime
- Corporate Crime
- Financial Services Investigations
- Cash Seizures
- Insider Dealing
- Money Laundering
- Bribery & Corruption
- Corporate Manslaughter
- Sexual Offences
- Mutual Legal Assistance
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