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London > Dispute resolution > International arbitration

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Phillip CapperWhite & Case LLP

One of the best law firms around for international arbitration’, White & Case LLP‘s experience includes high volumes of heavyweight investor-state arbitrations, as well as mega infrastructure project-related disputes. The UK international arbitration practice is co-led by Aloke Ray KC, whose ‘advocacy takes on a whole new level’; and engineering and construction industry expert Phillip Capper. Within the department, David Goldberg co-heads the London investment arbitration practice, alongside Andrea Menaker; Edward Attenborough‘s experience includes energy, financial services and defence-related disputes; Paul Brumpton acts for both sovereign and corporate clients; Mark Clarke is energy disputes head; Clare Connellan is regularly involved in arbitrations under the ICC, LCIA, LMAA and CRCICA rules; and Dipen Sabharwal KC is one of the youngest solicitor advocates to take silk. Other experienced partners include Robert WhealJulia Zagonek and Stephanie Stocker, while Tessa Crosby and Emiko Singh are experienced senior associates.

London > Real estate > Construction: contentious

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Phillip CapperWhite & Case LLP

White & Case LLP has a strong international reputation, and is known for effectively advising clients on the full lifecycle of construction projects. It advises on a broad range of construction disputes, including in relation to defects, delays, disruption, variations, non-performance, payment, bond calls and regulatory issues. The practice is led by Ellis Baker, who has extensive experience in advising developers, contractors, consultants and lenders on major projects. Phillip Capper holds an excellent reputation in international arbitration for the construction and engineering sectors. Daniel Garton is noteworthy for his involvement in ADR and arbitration on large projects, whilst David Robertson has a particular focus on representing EPC contractors and marine engineering and shipbuilding companies in Asia. Julian Bailey is also of note, with experience in advising on large infrastructure projects across the globe.