Area of focus

Financial Services Litigation

Financial services is not a sideline for our lawyers. We have practitioners in every major financial center in the world, working as one coordinated team.  

There is no learning curve when our clients hire us. We understand the industry, the products (including investment banking, asset management, trade finance, and ...

Representative experience

Representing a syndicate of 13 banks defending proceedings brought by the borrower in relation to a £650m facility.

Defending a European bank in the New York courts against a class action alleging that London Gold Fixing members conspired to violate antitrust laws.

Representing a major global bank and a New York-based hedge fund in disputed claims against the estates of various Lehman entities.

Defending the wealth advisory business of a major bank in claims by high net worth individuals attacking the bank's investment strategy.

Press Releases

Hogan Lovells builds Paris practice with Financial Litigation partner hire

Hogan Lovells is strengthening its disputes practice in Paris with the hire of financial litigation partner, Julien Martinet, who joins from leading French firm Jeantet with a team of five...

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New corporate criminal offences - Are you prepared?

The Criminal Finances Act was passed in April and is expected to become law in the Autumn.

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Hogan Lovells Publications

The law of personal jurisdiction: A game changer for foreign banks involved in litigation in the U.S.

Hogan Lovells partner Marc Gottridge is the co-head of our global financial services litigation practice. He represents some of the world's leading banks in major class actions,...

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Press Releases

FCA's Claire Lipworth Joins Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells has hired Claire Lipworth, Chief Criminal Counsel at the Financial Conduct Authority, as a partner in its financial services litigation practice.

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Hogan Lovells Publications

Your roadmap for financial investigations

Over the last few years, many businesses have faced global investigations on a scale – and with financial consequences – never seen before.

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