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Nosh van der Voort Senior Associate

Nosh van der Voort is an associate in the Corporate Crime Team of NautaDutilh.

As a lawyer, he provides legal representation for both companies and individuals across the spectrum of corporate criminal law and corporate investigations. The Corporate Crime team advises and represents (inter)national companies, financial institutions, auditors and governmental authorities on complex (inter)national matters concerning (anti-)money laundering, (anti-)corruption, fraud, forensic investigation, sanctions legislation and environmental and economic crime.

Nosh also focuses on cybersecurity preparedness and cybercrime resilience and has strong practical knowledge and regularly publishes on these topics.

From 2017, Nosh gained extensive experience as a lawyer in the areas of regulatory investigations, internal investigations and enforcement, criminal litigation and compliance issues. He was seconded as Legal Counsel to a Telecom Multinational from September-December 2017, where he advised on corporate governance. Since June 2022, he has been working as a lawyer at NautaDutilh.

Nosh studied at Utrecht University where he successfully completed the honours programme of the Faculty of Law. He subsequently obtained his Master's degree in criminal law (cum laude) at Utrecht University. During his studies, Nosh worked at the Public Prosecutor's Office and at a Amsterdam boutique criminal law firm, where he advised on general criminal law cases. In 2021 he completed the academic course Financial-Economic Criminal Law at the University (VU) Amsterdam.

Nosh is a member of the Netherlands Bar Association, the Dutch Association of Young Criminal Defense Attorneys (NVSJA) and the European Criminal Bar Association (ECBA).

Publications (in Dutch)

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