Andrew Halliwell is an associate in the London office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the Litigation & Trial Department.

Mr. Halliwell has significant experience in international arbitrations with a particular focus on complex, cross-border, and high-value disputes. He regularly advises clients in relation to international arbitrations in different countries and under a variety of rules, including ICC, UNCITRAL, HKIAC, and SIAC.

Mr. Halliwell’s recent experience includes advising:

  • A global private equity firm in relation to an arbitration arising out of a renewable energy project in Taiwan
  • A leading biopharmaceutical company in relation to an arbitration arising out of a non-disclosure agreement
  • A major Chinese online game company in two arbitrations (ICC and SIAC) seated in Singapore, against a Korean online game company
  • A global investment firm in relation to an arbitration relating to the exercise of a put option
  • A major conglomerate in Malaysia in two Hong Kong arbitrations against a PRC company arising from a joint venture agreement to set up car production facilities in China
  • A key OEM manufacturer of ATMs in southern China against Hong Kong arbitrations brought by a Japanese ATM manufacturer
  • A major Chinese real estate company in a multi-million dollar arbitration in Hong Kong against a BVI company controlled by two Chinese individuals relating to a large real estate development in Nanjing, China
  • A leading PRC technology company in relation to a dispute administered by the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre in Hong Kong
  • Bondholders in relation to sovereign bonds and related US court proceedings
  • Liquidators in relation to claims brought by numerous purported creditors of a company in liquidation in Hong Kong

Bar Qualification

  • England and Wales (Solicitor)
  • Hong Kong (Solicitor)

Education

  • Legal Practice Course, University of Law, 2014
  • LL.B. (Bachelor of Laws), University of Durham, 2011