Head of bank litigation practice at Hogan Lovells to launch litigation boutique
Hogan Lovells is losing the leader of its bank dispute resolution practice, Graham Huntley, who is leaving the firm to launch a litigation boutique.
Huntley is joined by fellow Hogan Lovells partner Helen Brannigan and several associates in the new firm which launches under the name Signature Litigation on 1 April.
Huntley said: “It’s only natural to be sorry to leave behind many good memories and excellent colleagues who I’m sure will continue to take the litigation practice from strength to strength.
“This was, however, the right time for me to put my energy into a new and different challenge, and the opportunity to set up a new business with some colleagues eventually became clearly the right one for me.”
Hogan Lovells co-chief executive David Harris said: “We’re sorry to see Graham leave - he has a great track record and has given the firm tremendous service over the years. However, we understand his desire to take on a different challenge and opportunity and we wish him well. We have no doubt his new practice will have a positive impact.”
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