Graham has over 30 years’ experience as a commercial and banking litigator. Graham has been consistently recognised as one of the UK’s highest ranked commercial litigators and has been involved in some of the most significant disputes of recent years. Graham acts for banks, fund managers and life assurers in relation to M&A disputes, public and private investigations, shareholder and joint venture disputes, economic tort claims and regulatory disputes and investigations. Graham also has extensive experience of warranty claims and professional indemnity work for a range of corporate and financial institutions as well as for professionals. His experience of ADR includes three of the most significant UK mediations involving financial institutions. He has rights of audience in the Higher Courts in England and Wales.
Trustee and Director of the London Legal Support Trust and of the Royal Courts of Justice Advice Bureau; Chairman of the Capital Cases Charitable Trust; Member and past President of London Solicitors Litigation Association; Member of the Commercial Court Users Group.
Trained Lovell, White and King 1984; Qualified 1986; Partner Hogan Lovells 1993; Founding Partner Signature Litigation 2012.
Resides in London.