Liam Naidoo | London | Hogan Lovells

Liam Naidoo

Partner Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Naidoo Liam

Liam Naidoo
Naidoo Liam
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Liam is a partner in Hogan Lovells' Investigations, White Collar and Fraud practice focusing on, fraud, bribery and corruption and human rights. Liam's practice particularly focuses on the management of internal investigations following allegations of corrupt and fraudulent activity of employees, agents and other third parties and related litigation.

Liam has significant experience in handling internal investigations for companies and regularly advises them in relation to anti-corruption and human rights compliance.  In addition Liam has significant experience in Commercial Court litigation arising out of bribery and fraud. Liam is global Deputy Practice Area Leader for Investigations White Collar and Fraud at Hogan Lovells.

Representative experience

Acting for a wealthy individual in relation to bribery allegations involving civil proceedings in England, BVI and criminal/extradition proceedings in England, Switzerland and Russia.

Advising a multinational financial institution in relation to a City of London police investigation into the alleged corrupt business practices of specific employees.

Acting for a major multi-national manufacturer of turbines and engines in a range of disputes, managing the termination of 100s of intermediaries around the world in multiple investigations.

Acting for a global clothing manufacturer regarding allegations of bribery in a number of East Asian business units. This involved substantial internal investigations and global compliance review.

Acting for the parent company of a global railway company in respect to allegations of bid-rigging and corruption of government officials in Eastern Europe.

Conducting an anti-corruption risk assessment for  a major  oil and gas exploration company and advising on the adequacy  of its  compliance policies and procedures. 

Advising a major global infrastructure company in respect to an investigation into bid-rigging and corruption allegations following an award of a major motorway project.

Acting for a number of investment banks and private equity funds in connection with bribery and human rights compliance in their portfolio companies.

Advising a range of corporates on anti-corruption compliance, policies and procedures.


  • B.A., University of Cambridge, Girton College
  • LPC, BPP University Law School, Distinction
  • M.A., University of Cambridge, Girton College
  • M.Phil., University of Cambridge, Girton College


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