White Collar Defense & Government Investigations


Anupreet Amole is Counsel in Brown Rudnick’s White Collar Crime group.  Anupreet has handled sensitive investigations in a wide range of multi-jurisdictional business crime matters, many involving allegations of bribery and corruption, fraud, misuse of confidential information, tax evasion, and/or money laundering.  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 co-leader of the firm's cybersecurity group, advising upon the relevant legal issues both before and after a cyber incident.  Anupreet was previously a Senior Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London.


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


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

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Solicitor, England and Wales
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