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Adam Dryburgh


Adam Dryburgh

As an associate in the Dispute Resolution and Investigations practice, White Collar and Fraud (IWCF) Group at Hogan Lovells, Adam Dryburgh has experience of advising on a wide variety of multi-jurisdictional, cross border matters, and focuses his practice on investigations, bribery and corruption, and regulatory & corporate compliance issues.

Adam qualified in the UK, and has worked in both private practice and as part of in-house legal and compliance functions for major banks and companies in the UK and Singapore. In these roles, Adam has acted in high-profile SFO and DoJ/SEC investigations involving alleged violations of the UK Bribery Act and US FCPA, and he regularly advises multinational groups on global Anti-Bribery & Corruption programs and initiatives.

Representative Experience

Acting for a private equity fund on a cross-border shareholder dispute in Singapore and India relating to a U.S.$150m investment into an automotive services provider.

Advising a major investment bank in Singapore on a series of cross-border disputes concerning the bank's exposure under a US$1bn+ commodity financing fraud in China.

Conducting in-depth anti-bribery and corruption third party due diligence reconciliation exercises across the EMEA and APAC markets for major listed companies.

Advising a global shipping services company in relation to a SFO investigation into alleged facilitation payments and potentially unethical conduct in multiple jurisdictions.

Assisting with an internal investigation for a multinational accountancy and audit company involving alleged regulatory breaches and employee misconduct in the Middle East.

Education and admissions


  • Diploma in Legal Practice, The University of Edinburgh
  • LL.B., The University of Edinburgh
  • LL.M., The University of Glasgow


  • Law Society of Scotland

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • Scotland
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