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Nick Storrs

Tel:
Work 020 3818 3500
Email:
Signature Litigation LLP

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International Arbitration, Commercial Litigation

Position

Nick specialises in international arbitration and commercial litigation, regularly representing clients in LCIA, ICC and ad hoc arbitration proceedings under the Arbitration Act 1996. Nick also has extensive experience of conducting proceedings before the English High Court including obtaining freezing injunctions and managing enforcement proceedings.

Nick represents clients in international disputes across a wide range of industry sectors, including natural resources, banking and financial services. He regularly advises on shareholder actions, joint venture disputes, disputes arising out of complex financing arrangements, and fraud and asset tracing claims. Many of his cases concern interests held in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (including Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Georgia) as well as interests held in off-shore jurisdictions such as the BVI and Cayman Islands.

Career

Trained, Jones Day 2008; qualified, 2010; Sullivan & Cromwell LLP 2012; Senior Associate, Signature Litigation 2013.

Languages

Dutch and French

Education

Physics BSc – University of Bristol (2002-2005)

Leisure

Theatre, music, walking


London: Dispute resolution

International arbitration

Within: International arbitration

Signature Litigation LLP is ‘a superb firm that is highly specialised in disputes and has a strong international touch, given the multi-lingual skills and cross-jurisdictional training of its staff’. Natalia Chumak acts in institutional arbitration proceedings, ad hoc arbitrations and investment treaty disputes, and she is particularly focused on acting for clients from ex-Soviet Union countries, predominantly Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan. Chumak’s ‘performance impresses clients; she is totally committed and literally dedicates all of her time to the matter she is working on’. Senior associate Nick Storrs is ‘a competent, hardworking rising star’.

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