The Banking Litigation Network is a network of law firms from around the world with specialist experience of acting for clients in disputes with banks and other financial institutions. There are no subscription or conference fees for members.

Banking litigation experts around the world

The main objective of the network is to provide members with ready access to a law firm in another country, that the member might wish to appoint for assistance on a client’s behalf. 

Each member firm has extensive experience of handling claims against banks and other financial institutions, but the network is non-exclusive and there is no obligation to refer cases to each other.

The network currently has members in over 30 jurisdictions, each firm having extensive experience of handling claims against banks and other financial institutions.

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Australia

Maurice Blackburn

Austria

Kraft Rechtsanwalts GmbH

Belgium

Monard Law

British Virgin Islands

Collas Crill

Cayman Islands

Collas Crill & Card

Croatia

Law Office Kojevod

Cyprus

L. Papaphilippou & Co.

Denmark

Aumento Advokatfirma

England

Collyer Bristow LLP

France

BTK Suchet

Germany

TILP

Gibralter

Triay Lawyers

Guernsey, Channel Islands

Guernsey, Channel Islands

Hong Kong

Tanner De Witt

India

Lexindia

Ireland

Leman

Israel

Narkis-Law

Italy

Lègister Avvocati

Jersey, Channel Islands

Collas Crill

Luxembourg

Brucher Thieltgen & Partners

Malta

Guido De Marco and Associates

Netherlands

Barents Krans

Northern Ireland

Shean Dickson Merrick

Philippines

PJS Law

Poland

Gabrysiak i Wspólnicy

Portugal

LRSA

Russia

Marks & Sokolov

Scotland

MBM Commercial

Singapore

Kenneth Tan Partnership

Spain

Casals Advocats

Switzerland

USA

Labaton Sucharow

Benefits of joining the network

No membership or conference fees

Unlike most other lawyers networks, there is no fee for membership nor for attending the annual conference (which is voluntary).

An active flow of referrals

There have been a large number of referrals between members. The network is, however, non-exclusive and there is no obligation to refer cases to each other.

Access to high quality international advisers

Each member firm has extensive experience of handling claims against banks and other financial institutions, and members can be confident in the quality of advice and service their counterparts will provide.

Global Information Sharing

Member firms are able to exchange information and best practice of interest to other members – examples are claims against banks relating to interest rate swaps and the manipulation of LIBOR, EURIBOR and FOREX benchmarks.

The full membership also meets annually for a conference, hosted in a different member country each year. There have also been regular virtual forum meetings.

Avoiding conflicts of interest

In many countries a very large number of law firms are not willing to act in disputes with banks and other financial institutions due to conflicts of interest or commercial reasons. The Banking Litigation Network was formed to solve this problem.

Using The Banking Litigation Network a member should have ready access to a law firm in another country that can assist on a client’s behalf.

  1. Avoiding conflicts of interest
  2. High quality international advisers
  3. Active flow of referrals
  4. Global Information Sharing
  5. No membership / conference fees
The Banking Litigation Network has been successful in helping members to quickly achieve international assistance where they need it.
Stephen Rosen
Collyer Bristow

Contact

If you would like further information or wish to consider joining the network, please contact Stephen Rosen, Head of Banking and Financial Disputes at the founding firm of the Banking Litigation Network, Collyer Bristow LLP.

Banking Litigation Network
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Collyer Bristow LLP, 140 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London, SW3 1HY, United Kingdom
www.collyerbristow.com