Angélica André | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Angelica Andre
Angelica Andre

Angélica André

Associate, London

T +44 20 7532 1665

E aandre@whitecase.com

Overview

Angélica André is an associate in the International Arbitration Practice Group in Paris, currently on secondment to the London office for one year. She focuses on commercial and construction arbitration under arbitration rules such as the ICC and the UNCITRAL rules. She also deals with annulment proceedings brought against arbitral awards and related proceedings before French courts. Angélica's industry experience includes infrastructure, construction, energy and M&A. Angélica has participated in proceedings in English and French.

Before joining White & Case, Angélica acquired experience within international law firms in London and Singapore. She also served an internship at the legal department of a major French energy company in Paris La Défense.

Bars and Courts

  • Paris Bar

Education

  • LLM, International Dispute Resolution, Queen Mary College, University of London
  • DEA, Contract and Property Law, Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne
  • Maîtrise in French and German Laws, Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne
  • LLM, Cologne – Paris I, University of Cologne

Languages

  • English
  • French
  • German

Experience

Advising a consortium of construction companies in a major infrastructure project in Africa and in related ICC proceedings.

Advising a European gas buyer in a price reopener dispute.

Advising a Middle Eastern group in an ICC arbitration, conducted in French, with an African state, in connection with public works contracts, as well as subsequent annulment proceedings in France, and enforcement proceedings in numerous jurisdictions worldwide.

Advising several international companies in annulment and enforcement proceedings with respect to ICC and ICSID(AF) awards before French courts.

Advising a Ukrainian state agency in an UNCITRAL arbitration over a services contract.

Advising the State of Ukraine in an ICSID arbitration brought by a US investor.