Dennis Miralis is a leading Australian defence lawyer with expertise in complex domestic and international criminal law matters.
Dennis specialises in white-collar and corporate crime law, providing expert advice and representation in cross-border investigations, often involving freezing orders and asset forfeiture.
His areas of expertise also include bribery and corruption; global tax investigations; proceeds of crime; anti-money laundering; extradition and mutual assistance; cybercrime; and national security law.
Dennis is a member of the International Bar Association’s business crime committee. He regularly contributes to leading industry publications, such as Global Legal Insights and editions of the International Comparative Legal Guide, writing on a range of topics including cartels, corporate investigations, bribery and corruption.
Dennis advises individuals and companies under investigation for economic crimes both locally and internationally. He has extensive experience in dealing with all major international investigative and regulatory agencies, including the DOJ, the SFO, the FBI, the IRS and the SEC. Dennis has significant experience in all matters involving investigations and prosecutions by the AFP, ASIC, ACIC, AUSTRAC, the ATO, the CDPP and all state agencies including the NSW Police State Crime Command and NSWDPP. Dennis also specialises in matters involving the New South Wales Crime Commission, the Independent Commission Against Corruption and Royal Commissions.
Dennis appears in all courts throughout Australia and regularly travels outside Australia for complex international and transnational criminal law matters.