Jumana Rahman is a partner in the London office of Cohen & Gresser and leads the firm’s UK commercial litigation practice. She has a particular focus on funds litigation and banking and financial services litigation, as well as judicial review claims.
In addition to acting on claims in the English courts, Jumana has significant experience handling complex cross-border commercial litigation. She has litigated cases in numerous jurisdictions, including the Cayman Islands, The Bahamas, the BVI, Antigua, Cyprus, Hong Kong and Singapore, including professional negligence disputes, shareholder disputes, and claims arising out of insolvency. In recent years, she has represented companies in the banking and financial services sectors, investment funds, hedge funds, and other alternative investment vehicles, as well as large listed corporates. Jumana also has extensive experience representing Middle Eastern and African clients in complex international matters.
Prior to joining C&G, Jumana was counsel at Latham & Watkins in its London office. Chambers UK listed her in its securities litigation category, noting that she is “very knowledgeable and gives an all-round service” and describing her as “super-smart.” She has also been recognized by The Legal 500.
Jumana is a graduate of Cambridge University, where she received a degree in law.
Jumana Rahman is a partner in the London office of Cohen & Gresser and leads the firm’s UK commercial litigation practice. She has a…
Cambridge University (B.A., Law 1994); College of Law, Chester (LPC, 1995)
England & Wales (Solicitor)
Activities and Affiliations
Co-Chair, Network for Knowledge
Trustee, Praxis Community Projects
Jumana Rahman spoke with the Financial Times about the potential implications of a forthcoming UK FCA test case in the English High Court relating to business interruption policies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jumana Rahman spoke to Law360 about the British government’s emergency loan scheme for companies affected by the nationwide lockdown resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Jumana commented on some of the potential problems facing banks that increase loan approvals for businesses that could ultimately fail.
In light of the current outbreak of COVID-19 and other critical events of 2020, Jumana Rahman and Charlotte Ritchie consider the current state of force majeure in English law, and its impact on the performance of contractual obligations.
Jumana Rahman, Dawda Jawara, and Charlotte Ritchie consider the position of the UK borrower who defaults on debt due to COVID-19.
London team members Jeffrey M Bronheim, Jumana Rahman, Charlotte Ritchie, and Daniel H Mathias discuss the English law contractual provisions which may impact businesses and investors in light of the coronavirus epidemic.
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