Practice Areas:Litigation, White-Collar & Financial Crimes, International Fraud
Tim Kendal was called to the bar in 1985 and his early years were spent in criminal practice specialising in serious and organised crime. He defended in many notorious cases ranging from the infamous Greenwich Dome Robbery to the Stephen Lawrence murder trial (both of which were turned into films for television).
For the last 15 years he has specialised in Fraud (especially Insider Dealing and Money Laundering), International Asset Recovery and Restraint, International Bribery and Corruption, Financial Services Enforcement and Professional Discipline. He is recognised by many of the legal texts as a leader in his field.
His recent practice has included advising multi-national companies on appropriate strategies concerning internal and external frauds, money laundering compliance and international corruption and bribery investigations. He has recently advised and appeared in Italy concerning a multi-million euro government fraud.
He has appeared as an advocate at every level in England. He advises individuals, corporations and multinationals on corporate governance relating to financial crime.
- Advised a world bank on a multi-million dollar software license dispute. (Cross border, arbitration according to New York law in a foreign jurisdiction) – together with Rob Garson.
Bar of England and Wales