International Arbitration partner Robert Price honored for his role advising on several complex arbitrations.
Robert Price advises clients on commercial arbitration, investment treaty arbitration, and complex litigation in the courts of England and Wales and global jurisdictions. Mr. Price also advises on various aspects of international trade law, including EU and UK export control law and UN, EU, and UK international trade sanctions.
Mr. Price advises clients on a full spectrum of dispute resolution, public international law and international trade issues. He regularly helps clients navigate disputes related to:
- International commercial arbitration
- Litigation in the English courts including arbitration-related litigation
- Investment treaty arbitrations under bilateral and multilateral investment treaties including the Energy Charter Treaty
- Free trade agreements
- State immunity issues
- International trade sanctions and export control laws
An experienced advocate, particularly in construction-law related disputes, Mr. Price has successfully represented clients before the HKIAC, SIAC, SCC, ICSID, ICC, LCIA, and UNCITRAL arbitral tribunals. He brings clients a unique perspective based on current studies for his M.Sc. in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution from King's College London.
Mr. Price regularly speaks at conferences and writes on various topical issues of international arbitration and trade sanctions. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), a Committee Member of the CIArb London Branch, and a Co-ordinator of the CIArb London Branch Young Members Group. He is also a contributor to the International Bar Association Task Force for review of the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts.
Mr. Price maintains an active pro bono practice, representing vulnerable individuals and groups in need of assistance.