Graham Huntley

Graham Huntley is a commercial litigator. Graham was formerly Head of Investment Banking and Funds Litigation at Hogan Lovells and is now a partner at Signature Litigation.

Graham acts in financial market disputes involving banks, funds, managers and life assurers, and for a range of corporate interests in public and private investigations, shareholder and joint venture disputes, economic tort claims and fraud cases.

He is a past president of the London Solicitors Litigation Association and is a member of the Commercial Court Users Committee and has served on several judicial and Civil Justice Council working parties.

More information can be found at Signature Litigation (http://www.signaturelitigation.com), as well as on the following websites:

 

Capital Cases Charitable Trust
http://www.capitalcasescharitabletrust.org/who-we-are/graham-huntley/

 

London Legal Support Trust
http://londonlegalsupporttrust.org.uk/trustees

 

London Solicitors Litigation Association
http://www.lsla.co.uk/about_us/sub-committee

Education

  • University of Durham
  • Richmond Upon Thames College
  • Shene Grammar School
Graham Huntley on the Guardian

Qatar: A centre for ‘quality’ international dispute resolution?

Amid the huge surge in activity triggered by Qatar winning the bid for the 2022 World Cup…

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Graham Huntley on Practical Law

Quantum meruit: market value is key

In a welcome Court of Appeal decision on quantum meruit, Benedetti v Sawiris confirms that, when compensating...

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