"I am an experienced Litigation, Arbitration & Investigations lawyer with a particular interest in business crime, international sanctions, collective redress and alternative dispute resolution methods. I focus on keeping our practice up to date with technical developments and write and present extensively on current topics of interest to our clients."
Jane is an experienced Knowledge Lawyer specialising in commercial litigation, business crime & investigations. She develops and delivers knowhow and training for external clients as well as Linklaters’ global Litigation, Arbitration & Investigations practice, ensuring the team is always on top of the latest legal developments and changes in practice. She has a particular interest in business crime and sanctions and writes many of our client alerts and commentary on these topics. She also acts as in-house technical expert on commercial litigation issues. Her focus also includes alternative dispute resolution procedures and developments in collective redress mechanisms globally.
Jane edits a number of Linklaters’ flagship resources:
Jane spent six years in private practice at another city law firm before joining Macfarlanes as sole Litigation PSL. She subsequently joined Linklaters’ Litigation, Arbitration & Investigations team, becoming Counsel in 2013. Jane now leads the Knowledge team for Linklaters’ global DR practice, working with knowledge and learning colleagues across the firm’s offices.
Jane is an active member of the Association of Litigation Professional Support Lawyers (ALPS). She co-founded the Business Crime and Investigations PSL Group, bringing together knowledge lawyers with an interest in business crime.
Jane’s recent publications include:
- Keeping up to date with the economic responses to the Russia/Ukraine crisis
- A sobering read. What next for the SFO?
- The UK strengthens its response to money laundering and corruption with the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022
- UK HMRC seizes digital artwork non-fungible tokens in first such enforcement
- What do the next ten years hold for bribery and compliance law and enforcement?
- The first step on the path to compulsory ADR?
- Self-reporting wrongdoing to the SFO – when and why? – Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence
- The increasing cross-jurisdictional communication between law enforcers and the global nature of corporate accountability – Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence and BusinessCrimeLinks
- Banking Litigation in the 2020s – a look forward – Law 360
- Insight: Challenges Facing the Singapore Convention on Mediation – Bloomberg Law
- Playing the mediation game – The Times (Print) - Quote