Last Updated May 15, 2019

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Signature Litigation LLP has offices in London, Paris and Gibraltar specialising in complex, high-value, multi-jurisdictional litigation and arbitration. The firm has no transactional practice, and seeks to minimise the constraints posed by commercial and legal conflicts of interest. Its lawyers have trained and previously worked at other top-tier UK, US and international law firms. Its multi-award winning team has advised on some of the most significant and complex disputes in recent legal history, spanning a range of sectors including banking and financial services, energy and natural resources, pension, private equity, trusts and insurance.

The appeal court has all the powers of the lower court in relation to the whole or part of an order of the lower court. Specifically, the appeal court has the ability to:

  • affirm, set aside or vary any order or judgment made by the lower court;
  • refer any claim or issue for determination by the lower court;
  • order a new trial or hearing; or
  • make orders as to the payment of costs and interest.
Signature Litigation LLP

138 Fetter Lane
London
EC4A 1BT

+44 0 20 3818 3500

+44 0 20 3818 3501

info@signaturelitigation.com www.signaturelitigation.com
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Signature Litigation LLP has offices in London, Paris and Gibraltar specialising in complex, high-value, multi-jurisdictional litigation and arbitration. The firm has no transactional practice, and seeks to minimise the constraints posed by commercial and legal conflicts of interest. Its lawyers have trained and previously worked at other top-tier UK, US and international law firms. Its multi-award winning team has advised on some of the most significant and complex disputes in recent legal history, spanning a range of sectors including banking and financial services, energy and natural resources, pension, private equity, trusts and insurance.

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