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London > Dispute resolution > International arbitration

(Next Generation Partners)

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Fielding a ‘strong core team for arbitration‘, Osborne Clarke LLP’s London team has expertise in growth areas, such as renewable energy and video games-related arbitrations. The practice also has a strong reputation for technology, financial services and construction sector disputes. Greg Fullelove acts in high-stakes commercial arbitrations across a number of sectors, while Artem Doudko is ‘an excellent tactician‘. Also key to the group are associate directors Daniel Harrison and Danielle Griffiths, along with senior associate Katie Bewlock.

London > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: mid-market

Particularly active in technology, financial services, and energy and natural resources-related disputes, Osborne Clarke LLP‘s ‘team of highly capable and experienced individuals‘ has an enviable track record in heavyweight cross-border disputes. ‘One of the most successful commercial litigators of his generation‘, Tom Ellis leads the practice from Bristol where Charlie Wedin routinely handles large cases and senior partner Peter Clough acts in large-scale commercial and contractual disputes; Andrew Bartlett is sought out for cases featuring challenging jurisdiction, governing law and international enforcement issues; and Jane Park Weir is a highly rated corporate and commercial litigator. The next line of experienced practitioners comprises CIS disputes leader Artem Doudko, and legal director Alfred Church, who frequently advises on jurisdictional and procedural issues. Nick Price, who acts in disputes in the payments, crypto assets, and fintech sectors, and complex commercial disputes specialist, Nina Lazic, were made partners in 2022 and 2023, respectively.