Nick Pinder > Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

Work Department

Nick is based in our London office with a caseload covering both domestic and international disputes.

His recent experience includes:

advising Wärtsilä in developing a multi-jurisdictional strategy to recover payments totalling €200m from Dutch/Turkish entities following the supply of power generation equipment;

acting as named technical advisor to the mediator in a one day mediation in Qatar to resolve payment dispute relating to a $4bn power and water desalination projects;

advising Hammerson Properties UK plc in High Court proceedings against its design team relating to defects in the Bullring shopping centre. The dispute was successfully resolved through mediation;

advising Lynemouth Power Limited on disputes arising from a £400m biomass conversion project;

successfully defending Qatar National Bank in reported High Court proceedings commenced by a Nigerian bank seeking to set aside a $20m LCIA arbitral award under section 68 of the Arbitration Act;

representing a major Qatari telecommunications company in its successful defence of ICC arbitration proceedings seated in Paris which arose out of a telecoms project in Saudi Arabia;

acting for two separate Qatari oil companies in successfully resolving three disputes with supply chain entities relating to multi-billion dollar construction and engineering projects;

advising a Chinese state owned construction company seeking an injunction in the High Court to prevent a call on a bond;

advising a Qatari government oil and gas supply company in respect of the termination of a contract and stranding of assets following the outbreak of war in Yemen.

Nick has also lectured on the Construction Law and Arbitration Masters course at Leeds Metropolitan University.



Lawyer Rankings

London > Real estate > Construction: contentious

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP‘s contentious team advise across a range of key sectors, including infrastructure, real estate, energy and transport. It also has a significant construction international arbitration practice, notably in the Middle East, France and the US. Jonathan Douglas heads the UK team, acting primarily for purchasers, whilst Simon Oats heads the global team. Jessica Neuberger has developed an increased focus on the energy and renewables sectors, alongside her ongoing PFI/PPP disputes work. Nick Pinder specialises in international disputes in the energy sector.