Peter Ratliff

Peter is a Barrister at 6KBW College Hill. He specialises in corporate crime and complex casework. His recent work has included advising and representing News International, GlaxoSmithKline Plc, the prosecution of the UK’s largest importation of firearms, and the hacking of TalkTalk Plc.
Contributed to


Dealing with the National Crime Agency
Practice notes

This Practice Note provides high-level guidance on dealing with the National Crime Agency. It sets out the role, powers and strategy of the NCA; its statutory objectives and current priorities; what the NCA expects of organisations in the private sector; and covers self-reporting.

In-house lawyers and LPP—common headaches and practical tips
Practice notes

This Practice Note details common headaches for in-house lawyers concerning Legal Professional Privilege (LPP) and contains practical tips on dealing with LPP issues.

Legal professional privilege—what it means for in-house lawyers and the organisations they advise
Practice notes

This Practice Note explains what legal professional privilege (LPP) is, including loss and waiver of LPP, summarises key case law and outlines LPP issues in other jurisdictions.

Practice areas


  • Case Analysis Panel
  • Contributing Author

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