Acted for Chinese Corporations CNPC and CPTDC in a matter concerning a joint venture with LG Caltex for the construction of an LPG storage tank in Maoming, China.
Conducted for CPECC (China Petroleum and Engineering Construction Company): An Arbitration in London concerning the construction of a gathering station for the Kuwait Oil Corporation.
Handled an Arbitration for the National Iranian Oil Company in London concerning the Russian Oil Rig, Sakhalinskaya.
Member of an ICC Arbitration Tribunal chaired by the former Court of Appeal Judge Sir Anthony Evans, along with the former Solicitor General of India Mr Harish Salve. This USS multi-million dispute concerned the construction of a power plant in Karnataka in India and was governed by Indian Law.
Appointed Arbitrator by a Danish Company, Volund, in a Tribunal chaired by Lord McKenzie Stuart (former President of the European Court of Justice) along with Mr Pathak (former Chief Justice of India and Member of the International Court of Justice).
Appointed as Sole Arbitrator by the ICC Court to determine a US$ multi- million dispute between a Japanese multinational and Indonesian Company concerning the construction of water pipelines in Malaysia.
Appointed as Arbitrator by a Ukrainian Shipping Company in an LMAA arbitration concerning a charter-party dispute governed by English law.
Appointed as an Arbitrator, in a US$ 300m international dispute, to a panel chaired by Bruce Harris, former President of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Appointed to an Arbitration Panel by the Russian Federation in a US$ 400m dispute concerning the exploration of a coal mines in India.
Handled numerous cases in the English Courts, up to the House of Lords, the UK Supreme Court, as well as the Courts of the European Union.
Handled the Indian Government’s first ever success in the House of Lords, in a case which determined the law in respect of claims for compound interest. It remains a leading authority in contract law nearly 40 years later.
Led the UK Supreme Court case of Hashwani v Jivraj, "the UK's most important court case of 2011” concerning the law on whether an arbitration agreement can specify the religion of an arbitrator.
Led one of the most significant UK banking cases in the 2010s, Shah v HSBC, where the client businessmen claimed damages of US$300 million arising out of HSBC’s refusal to carry out his instructions on the basis of an alleged suspicion of money laundering.
Advised the Russian Federation on a successful strategy, based on a novel point of law to set aside two US$50 billion international arbitration awards in favour of former Yukos shareholders.
Successfully handled a £25m dispute between a Mongolian-Russian mining company and the Kazakhstan government.
Succeeded for Bank Mellat of Iran in the biggest ever monetary claim before the UK Supreme Court against the UK Government challenging legality of Iran nuclear proliferation sanctions.
Represented the Central Bank of Venezuela (BCV) in a hugely political dispute against the Bank of England relating to BCV’s US$2.1 billion of gold reserves held by the Bank of England.