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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

1 WOOD STREET, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON, EC2V 7WS, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7919 4500
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Fax 020 7919 4919
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154280 CHEAPSIDE 8
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www.eversheds-sutherland.com

Cameron Forsaith

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Work +44 20 7919 0507
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Eversheds Sutherland

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Cameron is a Senior Associate in Eversheds' disputes team based in London, and a member of the firm’s International Arbitration Group. He specialises in international arbitrations and cross-border disputes across a wide range of sectors, with a particular focus on the energy sector (including energy/industrial disputes) and the aviation sector. He is experienced in international commercial arbitration, investment treaty arbitration, and English court litigation.

Outside of contentious proceedings he advises on the drafting and interpretation of dispute resolution clauses and cross-jurisdictional enforcement risk, claims under international investment law and investment structuring to access investment treaty protections, arbitration and conflict of laws issues, and questions of English law.

Cameron is dual-qualified in England & Wales and Australia, and holds undergraduate degrees in arts and law from the University of Queensland and a Master of Law from the University of Cambridge.

He has published articles on international arbitration and private international law in leading journals. Prior to joining Eversheds, he practiced in Australia with a leading Australasian firm, and completed a judicial associateship at the Supreme Court of Queensland.

Position

Senior Associate

Languages

English


London: Dispute resolution

Public international law

Within: Public international law

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP has a robust investor-state arbitration practice; other notable areas include human rights, the status of foreign governments, state immunity, sovereign immunity and treaty obligations. Jonathan Leach heads the international arbitration group in the UK; recently promoted Greg Falkof  is 'an impressive practitioner', whose experience includes investor-state disputes and other state-to-state or public international law disputes; and senior associate  Cameron Forsaith is 'a hardworking lawyer, who is dedicated to producing outstanding work'. Former legal director Neil Newing joined Signature Litigation LLP, while former senior associate Oonagh Sands exited for Fietta LLP.

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