Signature Litigation is pleased to announce that Partner Elliott Phillips has been recognised in Citywealth’s Top 100 trust litigators and polymaths for 2020.
Elliott Phillips has been recognised by clients and peers as a “High calibre litigator, who is accomplished and dedicated.”
Elliott is founding partner of Signature Litigation’s Gibraltar office and is an internationally recognised barrister specialising in offshore contentious trusts, estates and private wealth disputes. Primarily based in Gibraltar, Elliott is regularly instructed by leading international firms in which Gibraltar proceedings are issued or where there is a strong Gibraltar connection to the litigation. Elliott has considerable experience in the area of contentious trusts and appears regularly before the Chancery Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of Gibraltar and the Court of Appeal on matters relating to the administration of trusts. Elliott’s experience also extends to matters before the Privy Council In London on Gibraltar final appeals and appeals from courts of other overseas and former overseas territories.
Elliott’s inclusion in Citywealth’s 2020 Top 100 list of trusts litigators is based on editorial research, individual submissions and peer recommendations. The research process was conducted over several months and has resulted in a list that represents an elite group of peer recommended litigators who have negotiated with the toughest opponents, through the hardest circumstances and with very little on their side but brains, lateral thinking and a will to win.
Citywealth’s initiative includes leaving reviews for those listed in the Top 100. Please see here if you would like to leave a review for Elliott.
Citywealth has a 15-year history of analysing the offshore market with strong relationships with trust companies in jurisdictions, including the Cayman Islands, Bermuda, Zurich, Geneva, Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man.
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