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Fraud alerts

March 2018

Fraudulent emails

We are aware that emails are in circulation purporting to come from an individual who works at Norton Rose Fulbright informing the recipient that payments are available in respect of fatalities that have occurred to family members and requesting the recipient to provide certain personal details. These emails are bogus and have no connection with us.

We operate to a single email naming convention: Any communications not in this format or which feature a derivative of our global email address are likely to be fraudulent and should not be responded to.

January 2018

Fraudulent invoices

We are aware that invoices and “acquisition closing letters” are in circulation purporting to have been issued by Norton Rose Fulbright. These documents, which are issued on a poor approximation of our letterhead, are bogus.  We have reported the issue to the SRA and to the Police. If you have any concerns regarding invoices or letters that you may have received from Norton Rose Fulbright, please contact or

Fraudulent invoice - Example 

January 2017

Edward Duuk

We are aware that the above-named entity claims to be a subsidiary company of Norton Rose Fulbright and is fraudulently using our website and our address. We can confirm that Norton Rose Fulbright has no relationship whatsoever with Edward Duuk.