About Polly Sprenger
Polly Sprenger represents corporate and financial services clients dealing with allegations of commercial misconduct including fraud, corruption and money laundering. She handles criminal and civil litigation, conducts internal and cross-border investigations, and advises clients on criminal and civil breaches of the Data Protection Act and other privacy-related issues.
Former high-level fraud prosecutor, investigative journalist
Working closely with Katten's global team of experienced investigative lawyers, Polly helps her clients with civil and criminal remedies for multiple types of corporate misconduct, including defending government enforcement actions; bringing private prosecutions; production, disclosure and freezing orders; civil recovery and asset tracing; and evidential considerations of conducting internal investigations. She previously served as head of Strategic Intelligence at the UK Serious Fraud Office and worked for several years as a corporate investigator and investigative journalist.
Polly's work also draws from experience serving as junior counsel in the high-profile prosecution of News of the World journalists and employees, and as technical advisor to a 2012 Parliamentary inquiry into private investigators and phone hacking.
Her advisory work extends beyond legal remedies into managing reputational issues and crisis planning, preparedness and response. She advises a growing number of corporate clients grappling with allegations of sexual offences in the workplace.
- White-collar litigation, investigations and compliance
- Privacy and data breach counseling
- Sexual misconduct investigations and reputational management
July 16, 2018
July 3, 2018
April 2, 2018
November 14, 2017
Polly Sprenger to Lead Katten UK's Contentious Financial Services and White Collar, Investigations and Compliance TeamNovember 6, 2017
May 14, 2018
March 28, 2018
March 14, 2018
Arlidge and Parry on FraudNovember 2016
Deferred Prosecution Agreements: The Law and Practice of Negotiated Corporate Criminal PenaltiesDecember 2014
Arlidge and Parry on FraudDecember 2013
Presentations and Events
July 4, 2018