Eleanor M. Scogings

London
  • 99 Bishopsgate
  • London EC2M 3XF
  • United Kingdom
 
 

Eleanor Scogings is an associate in the London office of Latham & Watkins. Ms. Scogings works within the International Arbitration, Public International Law, and Complex Commercial Litigation Practices of the firm’s Litigation & Trial Department.

Ms. Scogings advises clients in both commercial arbitrations and investment treaty arbitrations, as well as complex multijurisdictional litigation.

Ms. Scogings previously trained in the firm's Litigation & Trial Department, and also undertook training in the Banking and Technology Transactions Practices. She is a member of several industry related groups including the LCIA Young International Arbitrator Group, the ICC Young Arbitrator Forum, the Young Public International Law Group, and the Young International Council for Commercial Arbitration.

Ms. Scogings has assisted with representing clients in complex arbitration and litigation, including:

  • The Claimant, a multinational oil and gas company, in an UNCITRAL arbitration relating to the construction of onshore-offshore pipelines in Nigeria
  • The Defendant, an international bank, in a multijurisdictional banking litigation relating to complex trusts law and conflicts of law issues
  • The Respondent in an LCIA shipping arbitration relating to the charter and refit of a semi-submersible offshore floating platform
  • The Claimant in an ICSID Additional Facility arbitration under a bilateral investment treaty in relation to losses suffered in Libya
  • The Claimant in commencing and terminating an UNCITRAL arbitration relating to political risk events under a project finance agreement
  • The Co-Defendants in a complex cartel proceeding
 
Notice: We appreciate your interest in Latham & Watkins. If your inquiry relates to a legal matter and you are not already a current client of the firm, please do not transmit any confidential information to us. Before taking on a representation, we must determine whether we are in a position to assist you and agree on the terms and conditions of engagement with you. Until we have completed such steps, we will not be deemed to have a lawyer-client relationship with you, and will have no duty to keep confidential the information we receive from you. Thank you for your understanding.