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Dechert commercial litigation partner joins UK disputes boutique

  • Simon Fawell might be a structured finance and monetary companies disputes partner at Signature Litigation
  • The disputes boutique introduced income development for 2021 Tuesday

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(Reuters) – A Dechert litigation partner has left the agency’s London workplace to affix a disputes boutique within the UK capital.

Simon Fawell begins work at Signature Litigation on Nov. 29 as a structured finance and monetary companies disputes partner, his new agency mentioned Tuesday.

Fawell spent two years as a partner on Dechert’s commercial litigation crew and 12 years earlier than that at Sidley Austin. He focuses on banking and structured finance dispute decision with a deal with derivatives, commercial mortgage-backed securities, asset financing and leasing, in line with Signature.

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Signature payments itself as a agency working with out constraints brought on by consumer conflicts of curiosity.

“Conflict-free litigation platforms have strong appeal to both practitioners and clients alike, and I am excited at the prospect of building on Signature’s increasingly recognised position in the market,” Fawell mentioned in a press release.

The UK boutique now contains 18 companions and over 100 members in places of work throughout London, Paris and Gibraltar.

Separately on Tuesday, Signature Litigation reported 22% development in 2021, bringing its income to 27.4 million kilos.

A Dechert consultant thanked Fawell and wished him properly for the long run.

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