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Norton Rose Fulbright

Work Department

Dispute resolution and litigation; International arbitration



Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > Commodities disputes

Norton Rose Fulbright has ‘a fantastic commodities disputes practice with some market leading partners, and it is involved in some of the most high-profile cases‘. The firm ‘provides well-resourced teams that are very able to handle the most complex litigation in this field‘. In the disputes and litigation practice led by the ‘unflappable, disarmingly intelligentHolly Stebbing, commodities are a key focus. The firm provides legal advice across the commodities supply chain to financial institutions, commodity trading houses, national and international mining and energy companies. Stebbing focuses on disputes in the energy and natural resources sector, particularly on Africa, while Ruth Cowley, Antony Corsi, international arbitration specialist James Rogers and commercial litigator Harriet Jones-Fenleigh are among the partners for whom commodities constitutes a significant proportion of their caseload.

London > Real estate > Construction: contentious

Norton Rose Fulbright‘s team of contentious experts advise a range of clients in the construction and engineering industry, including developers, employers, contractors, and other stakeholders. It is active in a range of sectors, including infrastructure, commercial and industrial real estate, energy, transport and logistics. It also has strength in the PFI/PPP arena. Donald Warnock and Simon Ramsden lead the team. Warnock has extensive experience advising on major construction and engineering projects, whilst Ramsden specialises in investment treaty and international arbitration alongside other forms of dispute resolution. James Rogers is also noted for his international arbitration experience.

London > Dispute resolution > International arbitration

Norton Rose Fulbright‘s core team acts for financial institutions, corporations, governments and state-owned entities from sectors such as financial institutions, energy, infrastructure, technology, life sciences and healthcare. Arbitration head Sherina Petit is highly focused on India-related matters; James Rogers acts in arbitrations seated in Europe, the US, Asia and the Middle East (in addition to London); Patrick Bourke is ‘a brilliant strategist‘; and Holly Stebbing focuses on disputes in the energy, infrastructure and natural resources sectors. Matthew Buckle was recently made partner; and at associate level senior Joseph Bentley and India Furse are experienced team members.