Dylan Moses is a partner in the firm's London office in the investigations, enforcement and white collar practice group. He concentrates his practice on multi-jurisdictional white collar crime, fraud, bribery and corruption and regulatory matters as well as being a member of the health and safety practice group. He is currently acting on a number of high profile SFO investigations as well as health and safety prosecutions.
Dylan's areas of focus include:
- internal, law enforcement and regulatory investigations involving the SFO, FCA and FRC
- anti-bribery / FCPA
- large scale health and safety prosecutions, often involving construction site fatalities
- professional disciplinary investigations and tribunal appearances including inquests
- compliance advice, including advice relating to health & safety law, whistleblowing, data protection and anti-corruption procedures
- financial investigations and asset tracing
- due diligence
- cartel investigations
- trade mark offences and products breaching EU health and safety regulation
- mutual legal assistance and extradition
Dylan is a highly experienced trial lawyer, having conducted trials and other court work for over 18 years. He regularly interfaces with regulators and law enforcement agencies.
Dylan is recommended by Chambers 2023 for his experience advising clients on health and safety and financial crime, and by Legal 500 2023 for fraud: white-collar crime. He is praised as “an experienced practitioner with an excellent reputation” and a "fantastic lawyer with ferocious commitment to his clients” who “not only shows an eye for detail… but also an ability to weave them into a coherent strategy." Client testimonials also note that he “is bright, sharp and technically excellent – one of the few white collar crime specialists with years of experience at the criminal bar.” Furthermore, “…he is calm under pressure, experienced in a wide range of work, steady under fire, with a first rate tactical mind. To this he adds an exceptionally empathetic and likeable client manner, which time and again enables those whom he represents to deliver their very best selves to investigators, regulators, tribunals and courts…”
Dylan was also recommended by Chambers & Partners 2021, sources said "He has very sound judgement and he's an impressive operator." "He is fantastic, using his experience so he can see how matters will be best advanced in court. He also has a great commercial sense about him." "He is very good at handling corporates and individuals too, they trust him absolutely. He is also exceptionally calm under fire." Legal 500 2020 described the team, led by Dylan, as “exceptional in its commitment and the quality of its work-product” and in 2019, Dylan was ranked by the Global Investigations Review as a “Future Leader."
Chambers & Partners 2018 recommended K&L Gates for Financial Crime and Health & Safety. The firm was recognised for its “strong criminal expertise to provide counsel on investigations by agencies including the SFO and the FCA.” K&L Gates “acts for a range of domestic and multinational companies” and is “strong on bribery and corruption matters.” Sources said "They have been excellent. They have the benefit of being able to pull in resources from the US." Dylan was also described as “a client-focused individual with outstanding industry knowledge delivered with a professional and friendly style.”
Dylan was also recommended by Legal 500 in 2016, 2017 and 2018, by which he was described as being “good to work with, very popular and has excellent experience,” “a key figure,” “approachable and commercial” and “a particularly bright man with excellent judgement and a huge capacity for hard work." He and the team have also been described as “highly experienced in the construction sector, where it acts for clients including Laing O'Rourke and Allegheny Technologies and focuses on criminal work," with the team praised for being “extremely responsive and assesses each piece of work intelligently."
Prior to joining the firm Dylan was a member of the Bar at 3 Temple Gardens, Chambers of Joanna Greenberg QC and 4 Breams Buildings.
In 2013 Dylan also worked for the Nursing & Midwifery Council as a regulatory lawyer. Dylan has substantial experience before courts and tribunals, including the Court of Appeal and High Court.
- Tooks Court Criminal Litigation Prize (2003)
- International Bar Association
- Qualified in understanding Justice Structures in the Developing World
- Tooks Court Criminal Litigation Prize (2003)
Dylan has spoken about the impact of money laundering in the UK property market for the European CEO media channel:
- “How Much Dirty Washing is there in the UK Property Laundry Room?”
- “Cross-border investigations: When are documents developed in the course of an internal investigation protected by legal privilege?” Thomson Reuters, 15 October 2018