Signature Litigation is pleased to announce it has collaborated with The Legal 500 and law firms around the world to produce The Legal 500 Country Comparative Guide on Force Majeure.
Signature Litigation and key lawyers have again been ranked in The Legal 500 EMEA Guide for commercial litigation, compliance and aviation.
Signature Litigation has been listed as one of the top 20 specialist firms for client service in a survey conducted by Legalease and published in Legal Business.
Signature Litigation Partners Graham Huntley and Daniel Spendlove have been featured in Legal Business’s Disputes Yearbook 2020 articles “Still punching – Can boutiques keep moving up a weight class?” and “Perfect storms – Cases of the year”.
Graham Huntley, Founding Partner of Signature Litigation, has been ranked as a leading individual in Chambers UK 2020 for Banking Litigation, Commercial and Corporate Litigation and Fraud: Civil.
Graham Huntley, Founding Partner of Signature Litigation, has again achieved top ranked ‘Leading Individual’ status in The Legal 500 UK 2019 for Banking litigation: investment and retail, Commercial Litigation and Fraud:Civil.
Partner Graham Huntley will be speaking at the MoloLamken 2019 UK/US Cross-Border Litigation Summit on Tuesday 2 July.
Graham Huntley, Founding Partner of Signature Litigation, has been ranked as a leading individual across a number of practices in the Chambers UK 2019 Guide.
Graham Huntley, Founding Partner of Signature Litigation, has again been top ranked as a ‘Leading Individual’ for Banking Litigation: Investment and Retail and Commercial Litigation in The Legal 500 UK Guide.
Graham Huntley comments in The Times in relation to the growth of boutique litigation firms in London
Signature Litigation Partner Graham Huntley comments in The Times’ “Special Focus” article on the growth of boutique litigation firms in London.
Graham Huntley has been selected to be a member of The Legal 500 Hall of Fame.
Signature Litigation Partner Graham Huntley interviewed in The Times’ Raconteur in relation to the need for pro bono legal work.
Signature Litigation and Partners Graham Huntley and Simon Bushell have been featured in Legal Business’s Disputes Yearbook 2018 pieces “Boutiques: Highly evolved” and “The Bar Elite: Silk and steel”.
Graham Huntley and other Signature Litigation Partners have been ranked in the Chambers and Partners 2018 Global Guide.
Partner Graham Huntley examines the High Court’s decision in Richard Slade & Company v Boodia and Boodia 
Signature Litigation is delighted to have been ranked in the Chambers and Partners 2018 UK Guide.
Founding Partner Graham Huntley comments in CDR Magazine in relation to legal professional privilege.
Partners Graham Huntley and Simon Bushell have been interviewed in Legal Week in relation to London’s litigation market and the firm’s plans for growth.
Founding Partner Graham Huntley comments in CDR following the Supreme Court’s judgment on the identification of Achilles Macris by the Financial Conduct Authority, in relation to Julien Grout.
Founding Partner Graham Huntley and Associate Jessica Thomas have been interviewed in Thomson Reuters in relation to the firm’s business model and how it drives employee engagement.
Founding Partner Graham Huntley has been interviewed in Legal Business in relation to the firm’s growth and London’s litigation market.
Partners Graham Huntley and Simon Bushell have been interviewed in Commercial Dispute Resolution (CDR) in relation to Simon’s appointment to the firm.
Signature Litigation matters Director of the Serious Fraud Office v Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation and RBS Shareholders Action Group v RBS have been recognised in The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases of 2017.
Founding Partner Graham Huntley discusses disclosure at CDR’s Autumn Litigation Symposium.
Founding Partner Graham Huntley discusses the Financial List and how it would manage claims in the financial markets at CDR’s Autumn Litigation Symposium.
Graham Huntley is delighted to have been ranked in Who’s Who Legal Litigation 2016.
Who’s Who Legal says: Graham Huntley is “a very formidable lawyer and a real talent” according to peers, focusing on banking and other commercial litigation.
Graham’s Who’s Who Legal Litigation biography can be viewed here.
Signature Litigation’s BVI-based proceedings case featured in Commercial Dispute Resolution.
Graham Huntley, Partner at Signature Litigation discusses the Financial List at Commercial Dispute Resolution Autumn Litigation Symposium.
Graham Huntley is delighted that Signature Litigation partner Hermes Marangos has been ranked in Euromoney’s Insurance and Reinsurance Expert Guide 2016.
For a full list of the ranked lawyers please see here.
On 7 July 2016 the FCA’s Tax and Chancery Chamber of the Upper Tribunal handed down a judgment confirming that Julien Grout, who was the most junior assistant to Mr Bruno Iksil, widely referred to as the ‘London Whale’, had been identified by criticisms published by the FCA in its Final Notice against JP Morgan dated 18 September 2013, regarding the JPM losses of USD6.5 billion in its complex Credit Default Swaps (CDS) portfolio.
Founding Partner Graham Huntley comments in The Times Raconteur’s special report on Legal Innovation, and discusses Signature Litigation’s alternative business structure (ABS) and profit sharing model.
Graham Huntley and Signature Litigation featured in Legal Business re the rise of UK high-end boutiques
The recent rise of the high-end boutique has redefined the legal industry. Legal Business charts the last 12 months for the UK’s leading speciality shops.
See Graham Huntley’s article on legal professional privilege published in Lawyer Monthly and Global Legal Post
Partner Graham Huntley’s article on legal professional privilege has been published in Lawyer Monthly and The Global Legal Post.
On Tuesday 25th May Partner Graham Huntley attended the Legal Business Commercial Litigation Summit 2016.
Signature Litigation are delighted to have been shortlisted as the ‘Boutique Firm of the Year’ for this year’s Legal Business Awards.
Graham Huntley has been recognised as a Band 1 lawyer for ‘Dispute Resolution: UK’ by Chambers Global 2016.
Signature Litigation matter Fortelus Special Situations Master Fund Ltd v Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson recognised in The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases of 2016.
Signature Litigation advised Elias Farrah in Barclays Bank plc v Lester Charles Landgraf, Londell McMillan and Elias Farrah, named as one of the top cases of 2015.
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’.