is a recognised expert in white-collar crime and criminal law. He has extensive and practical experience of advising individuals, organisations, boards and public officials on how to respond and manage criminal prosecution. Emmanuel Daoud uses his experience of criminal proceedings and investigations to maintain an active and comprehensive compliance and advisory practice. His unique skill set and experience allows him to be particularly active in international criminal law and human rights, as well as in corporate social responsibility. Emmanuel Daoud also provides advice in cybercrime, data protection and sports law.
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