Monthly Archives: November 2014

The English courts are fast becoming the premier enforcement jurisdiction for arbitral awards, explains Graham Huntley

The recent decision in Cruz City v Unitech is an illuminating example of the increasing extent to which the English courts are willing to use the impressive tools of domestic civil enforcement to support arbitral awards.

Nov 12, 2014

Signature Litigation featured in Lawyer 2B’s ‘Six Cases to Watch This Year’

Signature Litigation featured in Lawyer 2B’s ‘Six Cases to Watch This Year’.

Nov 11, 2014

Hermès Marangos joins Signature Litigation

Signature Litigation has expanded its partner resources with the hire of Hermès Marangos, who joins Signature in November 2014 from DAC Beachcroft.

Nov 11, 2014

Signature Litigation is delighted to have been recognised as a leading firm by both Legal 500 and Chambers UK.

Chambers UK 2015 ranks Signature Litigation in the ‘Spotlight Table’ for Banking Litigation: Conflict Free, noting that the firm is ‘Well reputed for its ability to take on major banks and global financial institutions.’

Nov 11, 2014

Facts Matter! Evidence in English litigation and international arbitration

This article is written in Russian by Natalia Chumak and Nick Storrs for The Law.

Nov 11, 2014

Graham Huntley comments in Legal Business re British intelligence agencies spying on lawyers.

‘Privilege is now seen as a fundamental human right’: British intelligence agencies face spying on lawyers allegations – Legal Business. Partner Graham Huntley comments.

Nov 10, 2014

ENRC wins appeal for private hearing in order to protect privilege

Signature has secured a privacy ruling for client ENRC in an important case involving an unprecedented attempt by international law firm Dechert LLP to claim that privileged information in their possession would lose privilege in the event that it was subject to a claim by their former client for assessment of allegedly excessive bills.

Nov 06, 2014