Alexander Bradley-Sitch

Associate, London



Alexander Bradley-Sitch is an Associate in White & Case's Global Commercial Litigation Practice and a member of the London Technology Disputes team, based in London.

Alexander has a varied practice focusing on commercial dispute resolution. Alexander has acted for clients at all stages in litigation before the County Court, High Court, Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. He has a particular interest in disputes relating to contractual and commercial issues, banking and asset finance, employment law and directors' duties, and corporate governance.

Alexander has also acted for clients involved in international arbitrations, including arbitrations conducted under the ICC and LCIA, and on an ad hoc basis, and court proceedings under the Arbitration Act 1996.

Bars and Courts
England and Wales
BPP University
BA Law
Cambridge University
MA Classics
University of Glasgow


Matters Alexander has worked on include the following:

Commercial Litigation

  • Advising the beneficiary of a bank guarantee against the issuing bank, which had resisted paying out under the guarantee, worth over $50 million.
  • Advising the purchaser of a pharmaceuticals business in relation to claims against the seller under the SPA for breaches of warranty, worth over $30 million.
  • Advising the purchaser of a group of companies in the oil and gas sector, in relation to various claims against the seller arising from the transaction.
  • Acting for the director of a UK-listed company in proceedings before the Commercial Court, defending claims of unlawful means conspiracy, breach of fiduciary duty, and misappropriation of corporate expenses.*

International Arbitration

  • Advising a client in the oil and gas sector in relation to potential claims against a joint venture partner.
  • Acting in ICC arbitral proceedings for the manufacturer of metal alloy products, defending claims for breach of contract and negligence, worth in excess of $180 million.*
  • Acting for the policyholder in a London-seated LCIA arbitration against its trade credit insurer, worth over $10 million.*

* Matters worked on prior to joining White & Case.