The Banking Litigation Law Review - 6th Edition

The Banking Litigation Law Review - 6th Edition

Pages: 129

ISBN: 978-1-80449-139-3

  • $438.00

The Banking Litigation Law Review provides a practical overview of the litigation landscape and framework for banking disputes in major jurisdictions worldwide. Focusing on recent developments and trends, it examines a wide range of issues – including significant recent cases and legislative changes; procedural considerations; legal privilege; conflicts of law; available remedies; exclusion of liability; and much more.


  • Editor's Preface
    Jonathan Clark
    Slaughter and May


  • Australia
  • Brazil
  • Germany
  • Hong Kong
  • Singapore
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom
  • United States 

Jonathan Clark, Slaughter and May

Jonathan is a partner in Slaughter and May’s Disputes and Investigations Group. He has a strong and varied litigation and investigations practice advising a wide range of financial services clients. He has deep experience defending allegations of deliberate wrongdoing, having advised on criminal and regulatory investigations and litigation involving alleged corruption, fraud, cartel activity and tax evasion.

Jonathan’s litigation practice includes a focus on banking cases relating to complex derivatives transactions and benchmark manipulation, as well as multi-jurisdictional competition litigation in the financial services and other sectors.

Jonathan is recognised as a ‘brilliant lawyer’ representing ‘high-profile clients in a broad range of contentious banking matters’, and as such is a ‘leading individual’ for Banking Litigation in both Chambers UK 2023 and Legal 500 UK 2023.

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