Richard Nunn


Richard is an experienced litigator with nearly 20 yearsâ?? experience of advising on commercial litigation, financial crime, regulatory investigations and enforcement. Richard works on Lexis Nexisâ?? Corporate Crime and Dispute Resolution teams.

Richardâ??s background includes working as a senior lawyer and policy advisor at the Attorney Generalâ??s Office where he specialised in advising on all issues relating to financial crime, corruption and corporate criminal liability. Richard represented the Attorney Generalâ??s Office on a number of cross Government working groups including those which assessed proposals for a new corporate criminal offence of failure to prevent economic crime, and prepared the guidance for prosecutors on Deferred Prosecution Agreements. Prior to joining the Attorney Generalâ??s Office Richard worked at the Serious Fraud Office as a lawyer and Case Controller where he led investigations and prosecutions of serious and complex financial crimes.

Richard has also worked in-house as Head of Dispute Resolution and Regulatory Affairs at a large international telecommunications business where he was responsible for commercial litigation, regulatory disputes and employment matters in over 20 countries worldwide and advising the Groupâ??s Board on general regulatory and specialist telecommunications compliance. Richardâ??s private practice experience includes working at Womble Bond Dickinson in the Dispute Resolution team where he advised on commercial disputes and regulatory investigations.