We act in some of the most high profile securities litigation cases. Our lawyers represent public and private pension funds, asset managers and sovereign wealth funds, including some of the largest institutional investors in the world.
Our team has the depth and expertise to conduct heavyweight securities litigation. As we are conflict free, we are one of the few law firms with the experience and ability to litigate against the large listed companies and financial institutions on behalf of our clients.
Many of our cases are groundbreaking and involve the application of new and developing areas of the law.
Securities litigation is often international in scope and we have strategic alliances with law firms around the world to enable our clients to identify the most appropriate country in which to take legal action.
Our lawyers have unrivalled experience in putting together innovative costs arrangements. The use of third party funding, after-the-event insurance and risk-sharing fee agreements enables our clients to manage risk and litigate from a position of financial strength.
A groundbreaking after the event (ATE) insurance facility for our commercial disputes clients.
Stewarts Litigate provides our commercial disputes clients with rapid access to comprehensive ATE insurance at pre-agreed market leading rates.
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Meet the Securities Litigation team
Our team has the depth and expertise to conduct heavyweight securities litigation.
We act in some of the most high-profile securities litigation cases in the UK and around the world.