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Our financial services litigation practice brings a wealth of experience, dedication and creativity to the representation of our clients, and to the protection and advancement of their interests. We are an expanding domestic and cross-border contentious financial services practice, with significant experience advancing and defending complex claims on behalf of our commercial, corporate and professional services clients, covering all contentious financial services work.
Our domestic and international work for both local and offshore clients includes the prosecution and defence of claims, provision of regulatory advice, and coordination and management of offshore counsel in the context of often complex and competing factual, legal, legislative, political and strategic frameworks. While often large-scale, this work also comprises representation in matters of more modest size, the issues and importance to our clients of equal weight.
Our flexible and responsive approach to client management means that we solve our client’s problems and meet their needs with empathy, understanding, and above all else, efficiency.
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Hear from financial services litigation lawyer, Nick Pontt, commercial dispute litigation partner, Dominic Offord, and guests from a whole host of financial services institutions including Grant Thornton and British Bankers’ Association for an insight into our recent event focused on fraud.
Hear from commercial and technology lawyer, Richard Nicholas, to find out how Brexit affects commercial contracts – what is speculation and what you need to do right now.
Imagine that you have been fraudulently deprived of bitcoins. What do you do? You could inform law enforcement, but nothing may come of it or progress may only occur at a glacial speed.
Acting for the Trustee of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC and the estate of Bernard L. Madoff, regarding the largest financial fraud in world history. Our role has centred on the progression of claims in the role of General and Strategic Counsel to the Trustee, and has included advising on substantial multi-jurisdictional funded litigation, in addition to instructing, managing and co-ordinating offshore counsel.
Acting for Bruno Iksil (the so-called “London Whale”) in relation to fraudulent trading of derivatives at the London offices of JP Morgan in various matters, including defamation and employment issues and more generally in relation to the subsequent investigations by the US Federal Reserve, SEC, and FBI.
Acting for the executors and court-appointed administrators of a multi-million pound estate, including conducting and coordinating a multi-jurisdictional investigation into the activities of various parties and engaging in litigation to trace and recover misappropriated funds from locations offshore and in South America.
The potentially destructive economic effects of climate change are well documented, yet businesses and politicians alike, are failing to address the issue.
Researchers at University College London, Sheffield University and Pennsylvania University have used artificial intelligence (AI) to correctly predict the outcomes of cases heard in the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) with 79% accuracy.
On 5 July 2016, the European Commission published a bold plan to bring virtual currency exchange platforms and custodian wallet providers under the 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive.
The FCA's Christopher Woolard has announced more details of how the much-heralded Regulatory Sandbox will work.
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