- Proactively identify and manage litigation risks;
- Provide strategic advice regarding potential claims and liabilities;
- Navigate the relevant court processes in a cost efficient manner;
- Advise on possible alternative dispute resolution procedures such as mediation; and
- Structure final settlements that achieve commercial objectives and contain future risk.
Banks and other financial institutions face a considerable variety of issues which have the potential to lead to litigation. They need strategic advice which is aligned with the requirements of the relevant business area and the wider institution, including consideration of regulatory, reputational and financial risk which comes with litigious matters. At Linklaters, we provide that expertise and have recently worked with clients on some of the largest and most complex disputes in the sector.
A global team
Linklaters’ banking litigation lawyers advise leading investment and retail banks, funds, other financial institutions, market infrastructure providers and trade associations on some of the largest and most complex financial disputes. We have a reputation of achieving major wins and have specialist expertise in handling the most sensitive cases.
We offer a first-class service, covering a wide range of relevant practice areas including litigation, arbitration, mediation, regulatory investigations and financial crime prevention. Our strength as a firm is our ability to deal with multi-jurisdictional problems through coordinated teamwork across our global network of offices, with over 300 litigation and arbitration lawyers based across 14 jurisdictions in Europe, the Americas and Asia.