There has been a significant rate of global growth of litigation in the financial services sector following the 2008 global financial crisis. While the existence of financial services litigation is truly a global phenomenon, it has become apparent that the law and procedures in relation to such disputes have evolved in different ways across the jurisdictions.
The recently published third edition of Getting the Deal Through – Financial Service Litigation, edited by Damien Byrne Hill and Ceri Morgan, compiles chapters dedicated to financial services litigation from jurisdictions across the globe, including those contributed by a number of our offices.
The text charts the growth of litigation in the financial sector worldwide, with expert authors answering key questions in major jurisdictions. Topics include: common causes of action; powers of regulatory authorities; alternative dispute resolution; specialist courts and procedures; disclosure requirements; data governance issues; remedies and enforcement; and changes in the regulatory landscape since the financial crisis.
Please find attached a copy of the publication, also available on the Getting the Deal Through website.
Australia – Andrew Eastwood, Tania Gray and Simone Fletcher
France – Clément Dupoirier and Antoine Juaristi
Germany – Matthias Wittinghofer and Tilmann Hertel
Hong Kong – Gareth Thomas, William Hallatt, Hannah Cassidy, Dominic Geiser, Jojo Fan and Valerie Tao
Indonesia – Alastair Henderson and Emmanuel Chua
South Africa – Peter Leon and Jonathan Ripley-Evans
United Arab Emirates – Stuart Paterson, Natasha Mir and Sanam Khan
United Kingdom – Damien Byrne Hill, Karen Anderson, Ceri Morgan, Ajay Malhotra, Sarah Thomas and Ian Thomas
United States – Scott Balber, Jonathan Cross and Michael R Kelly
Accreditation: Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. Getting the Deal Through – Financial Services Litigation 2018 was first published in August 2018. For further information please visit www.gettingthedealthrough.com.