Bethan Heathcote is an associate in the London office, practising in the International Arbitration and Construction and Engineering Groups. She has a broad practice in international arbitration, advising on international construction and commercial disputes across a range of industries, including oil and gas and primary infrastructure.
Bethan joined White & Case in 2020 as a trainee, and qualified in 2022, gaining experience in the Firm's Construction, Dispute Resolution, Project Finance and Tax groups in London.
Representing an international oil & gas company in a multi-billion USD arbitration relating to the construction of an LNG processing facility in Asia-Pacific.
Acting for an Eastern European government employer in Dispute Board and ICC arbitration proceedings arising out of road infrastructure projects.
Representing a Middle Eastern sovereign government in an arbitration concerning a major transport infrastructure project.
Representing an international commodity trading company in an LCIA arbitration regarding a breach of contract under the standard coal trading agreement (SCoTA) general terms and conditions.
Representing a State in proceedings before the High Court, seeking to set aside a US$1.2 billion arbitration award, and in enforcement proceedings in multiple jurisdictions including the US, Singapore and Mauritius.