Caitlin Lloyd is an associate in the London office, practising in the International Arbitration and Construction and Engineering Groups. She advises on the resolution of disputes arising out of complex construction, engineering and infrastructure projects across a range of industries including oil and gas, power plants, and primary infrastructure.
Caitlin joined White & Case in 2014 as a trainee, gaining experience in the Firm's Capital Markets and Litigation and Arbitration Groups in London, and the Project and Asset Finance Group in the Firm's Paris office.
Acting for an Eastern European government employer in Dispute Board and ICC arbitration proceedings arising out of road infrastructure projects.
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 a contractor in an appeal to the UK Supreme Court in connection with the design and construction of a hydro-electric project in the UK.
Representing a state owned developer in its dispute with its contractor arising out of the construction of primary infrastructure works for the development of a new city in the Middle East.
Acting for the owner in an ICC arbitration relating to claims arising under a design-build contract relating to an international airport in the Middle East.
Acting for a contractor in an ICC arbitration relating to a road project in Western Africa.
Acting in an ICC arbitration concerning the design and construction of a nuclear power plant.