Marcus is an Associate in Weightmans’ Business Crime Unit. Marcus is experienced in regulatory and criminal law, specialising in advising corporates and individuals on corporate crime including cyber crime. He also advises corporates and company officers on compliance with corporate crime legislation, including the implementation of preventative measures, with a particular focus on fraud, anti-corruption, money laundering and data protection.
Marcus also advises corporates and individuals on investigations focusing in particular on alleged breaches of the Fraud Act 2006, Bribery Act 2010, Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018. Marcus also advises on many aspects of cyber crime including: cyber security, risk analysis and critical incident management. Marcus is experienced in dealing with cases where clients have been the target of cyber theft and disruption through vectors including malware, ransomware and phishing.
Marcus has 5 years of previous experience working for various police forces advising on a number of similar and related matters including; search warrants; production orders, use of force, powers of entry, disclosure requests, legal professional privilege, cash recovery and the Criminal Finances Act 2017.
He is an active member of the Young Fraud Lawyers’ Association.