Signature Litigation has been ranked for Banking Litigation: Conflict Free in the ‘Spotlight Table’ in Chambers & Partners 2016.
Signature Litigation has also been classed in Litigation: Highly Regarded (Other Noted Firm).
A full list of the rankings and comments can be found below:
Banking Litigation: Conflict Free
Chambers UK describes Signature Litigation as a “boutique litigation firm active across the full range of banking disputes in a conflict-free capacity. Highly sought after for advice on issues arising from transactional, fraud and regulatory matters in the finance sector.”
Graham Huntley is ranked as a leading individual in several categories, as follows:
Banking Litigation (Band 1)
Graham Huntley is a “very well-known figure in the litigation world” and a “superb technical lawyer.” He has substantial experience in the industry, advising both financial institutions and those in dispute with them.
Litigation (Band 1)
Graham Huntley of Signature Litigation LLP handles “very heavy-duty cases,” according to market commentators. He heads the commercial litigation team, acting for funds, banks, managers and life assurers in their disputes. He is singled out for “being able to think outside of the box.”
Fraud: Civil (Band 3)
Graham Huntley of Signature Litigation LLP is“a very capable litigator who is experienced, practical and shows good judgement.” He regularly advises individuals and businesses on international fraud matters. Sources say: “He is the sort of lawyer who unearths and chases down fraud.”
Natalia Chumak is ranked for International Arbitration (Band 6).
Natalia Chumak of Signature Litigation LLP is building an excellent reputation in this area, with market sources praising her “extremely good tactical mind” and her ability to “remain incredibly calm under pressure.” Her fluency in Russian adds great depth to her Russia and CIS-focused practice.
Julian Connerty is ranked for Fraud: Civil (Band 3).
The firm’s full profile in Chambers and Partners can be found here.
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