Signature Litigation ranked in Chambers UK 2016. Graham Huntley is ranked as a leading individual in Banking Litigation (Band 1); Litigation (Band 1); and Fraud: Civil (Band 3).
Signature Litigation wins ‘Innovation in growth and business development’ category at the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Awards
Signature Litigation wins ‘Innovation in growth and business development’ category at the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Awards.
Signature Litigation are delighted to have been shortlisted for Legal Week’s ‘Law Firm of the Year’ Award.
New Law Journal – Seeking clarity, Graham Huntley.
Following consolidation in the numbers of large law firms, boutique firms have flourished, providing conflict-free advice and a more targeted approach than allegedly impersonal larger rivals. But what exactly drives the London litigation boutique market?
Signature Litigation has been ranked in Legal 500 UK 2015 for ‘Banking Litigation: Investment and Retail’, ‘Commercial Litigation’, ‘Fraud: Civil’, ‘Insurance and Reinsurance Litigation’ and ‘International Arbitration’. Founding partner Graham Huntley has also been ranked as a ‘Leading Individual’ for ‘Banking Litigation: Investment and Retail’.
UK to strengthen global grip on financial disputes with autumn launch of specialist banking court. Partner Graham Huntley comments in Legal Business.
Graham Huntley has been recommended as a Prominent Figure for Contentious Trusts in Citywealth Leaders List 2015.
The rise of boutiques has been yet another development shaping the legal industry that no-one predicted.
City lawyers are risking mega salaries to strike out on their own. Legal Business explores what is driving the current wave of boutiques and asks how these start-ups have fared.
In this issue of Signature’s Financial and Regulatory Disputes Update, we reflect on recent case law regarding disclosure in the context of benchmark rigging.
On the back of robust financial growth for the 2013/14 year, high-flying boutique Signature Litigation is exploring developing a trainee scheme, with a proposal to match itself with non-competing firms and ‘facilitate a programme of reciprocal secondments’.
Graham Huntley has retained his Band 1 ranking in Chambers Europe for Litigation.
The value of UK fraud dropped in 2014 despite the highest volume of cases on record, signalling regulators’ growing focus on lower-value, easy-win cases, and raising concerns about the UK’s ability to tackle complex cases. Partner Graham comments in CDR Magazine.
Barclays Bank plc v Lester Charles Landgraf, Londell McMillan and Elias Farrah. Signature Litigation case featured in The Lawyer’s ‘Top 20 Cases of 2015’.