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London > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: mid-market

Osborne Clarke LLP‘s ‘hardworking and focused‘ London commercial litigation practice has particular expertise in complex cross-border matters; and it is regularly instructed on major disputes involving the technology, projects, and energy and natural resources sectors. Practice head Tom Ellis has considerable experience in representing major corporations in commercial disputes, corporate investigations and fraud-related matters; Andrew Bartlett is a specialist in cross-border work and conflicts-of-laws; and Jane Park Weir acts across national and international commercial and corporate disputes and investigations. The second line of key litigators showcases Russia and CIS disputes head Artem Doudko, who ‘has excellent strategic thinking‘; and legal director Alfred Church, who assists with technical disputes involving contract scope, construction and interpretation, as well as shareholder and company disputes. At associate director level, Nick Price, acts in commercial disputes, high-value financial litigation and contentious regulatory investigations, while Nina Lazic is a technology sector disputes expert.

London > Dispute resolution > International arbitration

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Osborne Clarke LLP’s international arbitration practice is highly active in complex, cross-border matters; and in addition to its well-known credentials in disputes involving the technology, financial services and construction sectors, it has expertise in emerging arbitral fields, such as renewable energy (including wind and solar) and video games-related arbitrations. Greg Fullelove heads the firm’s international arbitration group worldwide, which also showcases ‘superb lawyerArtem Doudko; and associate director Daniel Harrison, who acts in international commercial and investment treaty arbitrations.