We are pleased to announce that Signature Litigation and its fee earners have once again been ranked in the Chambers Global Guide.
Signature Litigation has been ranked as follows:
Dispute Resolution: Litigation, UK – Band 4
Chambers has described the Firm as “dedicated litigation experts with experience in handling every element of large-scale and highly complex commercial disputes, frequently involving multiple parties and jurisdictions. Noted for its adroit handling of disputes in the banking sector and those requiring the pursuit or defence of major fraud claims. Clients include high net worth individuals, financial institutions and worldwide commercial organisations from across a diverse array of industry sectors.”
The Guide also commends “redoubtable litigator and founding partner Graham Huntley”, who “stands out for his superior knowledge of commercial disputes, banking claims and civil fraud matters.”
Individual rankings are outlined below:
Litigation – France – Band 2
“Thomas Rouhette of Signature Litigation LLP is highly esteemed for his expertise in handling product liability cases. Clients report him to be “a strong litigator who has driven many claims and defences to a successful conclusion,” before going on to add: “His strength is to focus on the details and to be extremely closely involved in directing proceedings.””
General Business Law: Dispute Resolution – Gibraltar – Band 2
“According to market commentators, Elliott Phillips is “an impressive individual who is extremely capable.” He represents clients in telecommunications, financial and gaming sector disputes. A client highlights him as a “very strong litigator.””
Insurance, Latin America-wide – Band 3
“Hermès Marangos enjoys impressive client feedback for his Latin American policy coverage work, as sources report: “He is an extremely knowledgeable individual but also one who appreciates the real-world scenarios in which laws apply. He is someone whom I will always approach for a legal opinion.””
A link to Signature’s Chambers Global profile can be found here.
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