Alex de Wild is an associate in our International Dispute Resolution Practice. Based in London, Alex acts for clients in complex, high-value international arbitration and commercial litigation. His recent experience includes several significant oil and gas-related disputes spanning Europe and the Asia Pacific region.

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    • Acting for a Middle East natural gas company in an ICC arbitration concerning alleged breaches of a joint operating agreement.
    • Acting for an Asia natural gas company in an ICC arbitration arising from a long-term LNG supply contract.
    • Acting in the English High Court for the largest Middle East non-state-owned natural gas company in relation to a dispute as to the nature of its liabilities under a suite of complex financial instruments governed by both English and foreign law.
    • Acting in an LCIA arbitration to determine the parties’ rights and obligations under a shareholders’ agreement.
    • Acting for a client in an arbitration under HKIAC Rules regarding the validity of several significant personal guarantees.
    • Acting for a Yemen company in an ICC arbitration relating to a petroleum exploration agreement.
    • Acting for a Taiwan electronics manufacturer faced with a significant follow-on damages claim.

    Education

    • BPP Law School, L.P.C., 2016
    • University of York, LL.B., 2015

    Admissions

    • England and Wales, 2019

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