AREA OF PRACTICE

White Collar Defense & Government Investigations

Biography

Anupreet Amole is a Partner in Brown Rudnick’s White Collar Crime group. Anupreet advises companies and individuals on business crime and corporate compliance issues. He handles sensitive investigations in a range of multi-jurisdictional matters, focusing upon allegations of bribery and corruption, fraud, tax evasion, and money laundering.

Anupreet has particular experience of advising companies on financial crime compliance and risk management, including as to diligence in M&A deals. Past and present clients include various FTSE 100 companies, senior executives, investment advisory firms, professional services firms, and high net worth individuals.  In addition, Anupreet is leader of the firm's cybersecurity group, advising companies both before and after a data incident. 

Legal 500 reports that Anupreet is "particularly impressive and has excellent industry awareness" (Legal 500 UK, 2019).

Representation

Advising in west Africa on a high value dispute between an oil company and a sovereign state including issues related to the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act;

Advising on anti-bribery policies and procedures for corporate clients in various sectors including oil and gas, professional services, renewable energy, and shipping; regions included sub Saharan Africa, western Europe, the Arabian Gulf, India, and Latin America;

Conducting an internal investigation‎ for a FTSE 100 client relating to whistleblower allegations regarding operations in a high-risk jurisdiction;

Advising a FTSE 100 company on potential exposure under the Bribery Act 2010 and Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 in relation to intended M&A activity in a high-risk market;

Acting for a FTSE 100 client on issues arising from alleged bribery in its overseas business units;

Advising clients on anti-bribery in M&A in their capacity as purchasers of companies in the high-risk sectors of energy, construction, and heavy manufacturing;

Advising a FTSE 100 client on money laundering concerns regarding suspected bribery by certain business partners in China;

Advising a FTSE 100 client on its response to a sophisticated cyber incident

Education

University College London – B.A. (First Class Honours), History

Bar Admissions

Solicitor, England and Wales
Higher Rights of Advocacy - Civil

Languages

Hindi
Punjabi
Publications
Co-author, Cybersecurity chapter GDR, October, 2019
Co-author, Catch 22? Civil Disclosure of Criminal Evidence, Brown Rudnick Alert, February 13, 2019
Co-author, Chambers & Partners Anti-Corruption Law and Practice Guide 2019, Chambers & Partners, December 2018
Author, 'Laundromat No More? Unexplained Wealth Orders', Brown Rudnick Alert, November 27, 2018
Co-author, Cybersecurity – UK Guidance on Security Under the GDPR, Brown Rudnick Alert, November 14, 2018
Co-author, Cyber Security – Not Just IT, Brown Rudnick Alert, April 17, 2018
Co-author, ‘Former Equifax Executive Charged with Insider Trading After Data Breach,’ Brown Rudnick Alert, March 16, 2018
Author, Unexplained Wealth Orders: A first by the NCA, Brown Rudnick Alert, March 01, 2018
Co-author, "Extraterritoriality (UK Perspective)" , Global Investigation Review Practitioner's Guide to Global Investigations, February 2018
Co-author, "Keep Calm and Carry On? Cybersecurity in Britain," Brown Rudnick Alert, October 17, 2017
Co-author "Fruit from a poisoned tree: unlawfully obtained evidence", The Law Gazette, 30 August 2017
“Should Cyber Security standards be imposed?” LegalWeek, January 2014
“Anticipate litigation after data breaches,” LegalTech News, August 2014
“Cyber Security - The risks and opportunities,” Private Equity News, March 2015
“The growing threat of cyber attacks in Africa,” Bloomberg BNA, May 2015
“Assessing cyber risk in M&A,” Cybersecurity Law & Practice, August 2015