Graham Huntley focuses on disputes involving banks, investment banks and other financial institutions as well as large corporates active in the financial markets. He has a particular emphasis on M&A disputes, fund and asset management disputes including pension matters and public and private investigations, shareholder and joint venture disputes and regulatory disputes and investigations.
Graham Huntley has extensive experience of warranty claims and professional indemnity work for a range of corporates and financial institutions as well as for professionals. His experience of ADR includes three of the most significant UK mediations involving financial institutions.
Graham is a founding partner of Signature Litigation, a niche law firm specialising in complex commercial and financial litigation cases. He has 30 years’ experience and has consistently been identified as one of the UK's highest ranking commercial and banking litigators. Graham has been involved in some of the most groundbreaking and successful litigation cases of recent years.
Graham Huntley is a past president of the London Solicitors Litigation Association and a member of the Commercial Court users' committee. He remains active in several judicial and other professional working groups and study bodies, in relation to which Graham has made several contributions to the continuing analysis of managing large cases.
Graham Huntley is a trustee of several charities including the London Legal Support Trust, the Royal Courts of Justice Advice Bureau and the Capital Cases Charitable Trust (of which he is chairman), among other pro bono projects.
WWL says: Graham Huntley is “a very formidable lawyer and a real talent” according to peers, focusing on banking and other commercial litigation.
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