Financial services dispute resolution
We have more than 200 lawyers worldwide who provide dispute management advice to domestic and international banks, fund managers, brokers and proprietary traders.
The group comprises highly experienced litigators, arbitration and ADR specialists, regulatory lawyers, civil and criminal fraud lawyers and specialists in tax, insurance, pensions, insolvency and antitrust.
Our work also includes inquiries, regulatory investigations and enforcement proceedings, requests for assistance and the defence of clients in civil and criminal proceedings.
We have a strong culture of costs transparency and have developed sophisticated project management and budgeting tools that are used to give our clients maximum control. We also have a reputation for innovation and seeking continuous improvement in the delivery of our legal services.
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