Addleshaw Goddard is an international legal practice carried on by Addleshaw Goddard LLP and its affiliated undertakings.
References in the Legal Notices and elsewhere on this website to Addleshaw Goddard mean Addleshaw Goddard LLP, its subsidiaries and affiliates, and the other partnerships and other entities or practices authorised to use the name "Addleshaw Goddard" or one or more of those practices as the context may require.
The term "partner" refers to a member of Addleshaw Goddard LLP or an employee or consultant with equivalent standing and qualifications or to an individual with equivalent status in one of Addleshaw Goddard LLP's affiliated undertakings. A list of members of Addleshaw Goddard LLP and of non-members who are designated as partners and their professional qualifications is open to inspection at its registered office, Milton Gate, 60 Chiswell Street, London EC1Y 4AG.
When we refer to "offices" we mean the offices of Addleshaw Goddard LLP and its affiliated undertakings.
Country specific information
Addleshaw Goddard (Middle East) LLP is a limited liability partnership licensed in the Dubai International Financial Centre (Commercial License Number 1200) registered with the Dubai Financial Services Authority (Reference Number F001625).
Addleshaw Goddard (Middle East) LLP is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Addleshaw Goddard LLP.
Lawyers based in Dubai who are qualified in other jurisdictions may be subject to regulation by the relevant regulatory body in their place of admission.
Legal Services are provided in Hong Kong by Addleshaw Goddard (Hong Kong) LLP.
Addleshaw Goddard (Hong Kong) LLP is a Hong Kong limited liability partnership pursuant to the Legal Practitioners Ordinance and regulated by the Law Society of Hong Kong. It is part of the AG Group as defined in these Notices.
Lawyers based in Hong Kong who are qualified in other jurisdictions may be subject to regulation by the relevant regulatory body in their place of admission.
Legal services are provided in the Sultanate of Oman by Nasser Al Habsi & Saif Al Mamari Law Firm in association with Addleshaw Goddard (Middle East) LLP. Nasser Al Habsi & Saif Al Mamari Law Firm is licensed by the Ministry of Justice of Oman (Registration Number 1159/B/2012).
Lawyers based in Oman who are qualified in other jurisdictions may be subject to regulation by the relevant regulatory body in their place of admission.
Legal services are provided in Qatar by Addleshaw Goddard (GCC) LLP. Addleshaw Goddard (GCC) LLP is a limited liability partnership incorporated in the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC No. 00174) and licensed by the Qatar Financial Centre Authority.
Addleshaw Goddard (GCC) LLP is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Addleshaw Goddard LLP.
Lawyers based in Qatar who are qualified in other jurisdictions may be subject to regulation by the relevant regulatory body in their place of admission.
Addleshaw Goddard operates in Singapore through a branch of Addleshaw Goddard LLP.
Addleshaw Goddard LLP is licensed by the Attorney-General's Office of Singapore to practise law in Singapore as a Licensed Foreign Law Practice and is registered with ACRA (with registration number T12FC0039C).
Lawyers based in Singapore who are qualified in other jurisdictions may be subject to regulation by the relevant regulatory body in their place of admission.
Addleshaw Goddard LLP is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales (with registration number OC318149). It is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) (with register number 440721) and by the Law Society of Scotland (LSS).
Addleshaw Goddard LLP is listed on the Financial Services Authority Register as an Exempt Professional Firm, able to carry out certain insurance mediation activities (also regulated by the SRA). In addition, our Scottish offices are licensed by the LSS to carry on incidental financial business which includes insurance mediation activity.
Lawyers based in the United Kingdom who are admitted as solicitors in England and Wales are regulated by the SRA and those admitted as solicitors in Scotland are regulated by the LSS. A small number of our lawyers are regulated by other professional legal bodies including The Bar Standards Board, the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys, and in the case of lawyers admitted in other jurisdictions, the relevant regulatory body of their place of admission.
In common with other professional service firms, from time to time Addleshaw Goddard's name (or the names of its individual employees or solicitors) are used by fraudsters in scam emails, letters and faxes to add credibility to the fraudulent communication.
Whilst we are regrettably not in a position to be aware of or to police such scams, this section highlights those scams which have been brought to our attention and which we consider may pose a risk to other potential victims.
Addleshaw Goddard will never issue unsolicited communications confirming that clients have been subject to investigation by regulatory authorities and as a result, their bank accounts have been frozen. If you receive such a communication please treat it as a scam.
If you receive a communication from any email address other than addleshawgoddard.com or aglaw.com it is also likely to be fraudulent.
If you have received a communication purportedly from this firm and you are unsure of its authenticity, please do contact the AG press office.
Specific Non Client fraudulent communications of which we are aware:
None of the following matters are originated by Addleshaw Goddard. If you have received a communication resembling the ones detailed below we advise you to ignore it and do not contact the sender. You should report any scam emails to www.actionfraud.police.uk
- an email or letter referencing a freezing order undertaken by a bank and crime agency over the assets of Mr P Kelly, Mr D F Murley and MurleyDance Limited. These two individuals and this company are not clients of Addleshaw Goddard.
- an email or call purporting to be from Simon Wood, a partner of Addleshaw Goddard based in our London office, requesting details for a wire payment of the deposit for an acquisition of a company. These calls or emails are not connected with Addleshaw Goddard or Simon Wood (who is a partner of the firm).
- emails purporting to be from Mike Hinchliffe, a partner of Addleshaw Goddard based in our London office, referring to a deceased person and looking for recipients for "a monetary resource". These emails are not connected with Addleshaw Goddard or Mike Hinchliffe (who is a partner of the firm).
- an email or letter referencing a letter of agreement/promissory note claiming to involve Goddard Chambers and Barrister Addleshaw Goddard. These references are to entities which are not part of Addleshaw Goddard.