Complex Commercial Litigation 2020

Complex Commercial Litigation 2020

Pages: 143

ISBN: 978-1-83862-169-8

  • £300.00


Understand the intricacies of commercial litigation in major jurisdictions worldwide with Complex Commercial Litigation, which covers topics such as: the market for litigation; governing frameworks; establishing and launching claims; trial procedures; defence structure and tactics; the processing of large volumes of commercial and technical evidence by courts; judgments, remedies and orders; alternative dispute resolution; class actions; third party funding; costs; appeals; international enforcement; and the advantages and disadvantages of litigating.

Published in October 2019, this edition contains the following chapters:

Editorial chapters

  • Introduction
    • Simon Bushell, Signature Litigation


  • Austria
  • British Virgin Islands
  • Cyprus
  • Denmark
  • England & Wales
  • Gibraltar
  • India
  • Ireland
  • Japan
  • Netherlands
  • Nigeria
  • Romania
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United States



Simon Bushell, Signature Litigation

Simon Bushell specialises in international commercial litigation and arbitration, including civil fraud and asset tracing and has over 28 years’ experience in high-stakes commercial litigation. He acts for a broad range of clients, including large corporates, banks and ultra-high-net-worth individuals, foreign government agencies and state-owned companies.

Simon has a strong reputation for his commercial awareness and strategic thinking, which is coupled with his team leadership skills in managing large, complex cross-border issues.

Simon is general editor of International Fraud and Asset Tracing and Getting the Deal Through: Complex Commercial Litigation, and is co-author of Disclosure of Information: Norwich Pharmacal and Related Principles, and regularly speaks at conferences and seminars.

Simon is regarded as a ‘leading individual’ in The Legal 500 UK 2017 for his civil fraud expertise, and is recognised as a Recommended Lawyer for his banking litigation, commercial litigation and international arbitration work. He has been consistently ranked in Bands 1 and 2 for his civil fraud expertise in the Chambers and Partners UK Guide over many years, and is also ranked in the litigation section of the guide. He has been regularly featured in Who’s Who Legal.


Daniel Spendlove, Signature Litigation

Daniel is a commercial litigator with significant experience in representing corporations, funds, financial institutions and directors in complex, high-value disputes. He regularly acts in High Court litigation, and has advised in numerous domestic and international arbitrations. He has also managed litigation in foreign jurisdictions, both civil and common law.

Daniel’s practice covers a range of industry sectors including financial markets, investment funds, mining, oil and gas and insurance/reinsurance. He has rights of audience in the Higher Courts of England and Wales.

Daniel has been involved in some of the largest and highest profile cases in the London litigation market. In the last two consecutive years his cases have featured in The Lawyer’s “Top 20 Cases of the Year”.

The Legal 500 UK 2019 describes Daniel as “very smart, client focused and details-oriented”. He has also been praised as “highly professional”, and “a strategic thinker” who “brings real energy to cases”. He is highly ranked across the Commercial Litigation, Banking Litigation and Professional Negligence categories. He was recently described, by Commercial Dispute Resolution magazine, as “one of a new breed of independent and forceful commercial litigation partners”.

Daniel trained and qualified at a major international law firm, where he undertook secondments to the firm’s Hong Kong office and one of the world’s largest financial institutions. He joined Signature in August 2013 from another leading City of London law firm.

Daniel has published articles and delivered talks on a number of topical issues, and regularly comments in the trade and legal press. He is a Contributing Editor of “Getting the Deal Through: Complex Commercial Litigation”, and is a member of the Commercial Litigation Association, the International Bar Association, the British-Ukrainian Law Association, and the London Solicitor Litigation Association.

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