Anthony Taylor > Squire Patton Boggs > Manchester, England > Lawyer Profile

Squire Patton Boggs
NO 1 SPINNINGFIELDS
1 HARDMAN SQUARE
MANCHESTER
M3 3EB
England
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Work Department

Litigation

Position

Partner

Lawyer Rankings

North West > Dispute resolution > Banking litigation

(Leading individuals)

Anthony TaylorSquire Patton Boggs

At Squire Patton Boggs, practice head Anthony Taylor‘s ‘natural talent for identifying the best strategies for successful resolution‘ ensures that the firm maintains its stellar reputation for expertise in financial services litigation on both the national and international stage. The group is particularly well known for representing lenders in high-value professional negligence claims and handling complex PPI and investment mis-selling disputes. Legal director Peter Lees is another key name to note in this ‘excellent team of hugely committed banking lawyers‘.

London > Corporate and commercial > Financial services: contentious

Squire Patton Boggs leverages its broad national and international network to oversee an array of multi-jurisdictional AML, financial crime, bank sanction and skilled person review proceedings. Paul Anderson and Anthony Taylor co-head the national offering with Chris Webber and Wayne Barnes serving as key contacts at the London office. Hannah Laming is the European head of the government investigations and white collar practice.

London > Dispute resolution > Banking litigation: investment and retail

‘Flexible and efficient managers of litigation’, Squire Patton Boggs has a varied banking disputes practice, acting for a client base including retail banks, investment managers, financial advisers, mortgage providers and private individuals. The team’s workload covers claims of fraud and breach of contract; it has also carved out a niche in professional negligence claims involving financial services professionals, representing both claimants and defendants in this space. Stephen Sampson and ‘first-rate legal thinker’ Anthony Taylor co-head the team, with Chris Webber also noted for the broad nature of his work and praised as ‘an excellent litigator who fights hard for his clients’.