Emiko Singh is an associate in White & Case's Dispute Resolution group based in London, whose practice focuses on international arbitration.
Emiko has a broad range of experience representing companies, states and individuals on cross-border arbitrations under the LCIA, ICC and UNCITRAL Rules. Emiko has represented clients on matters ranging from shareholders' and financial services disputes to investor-State disputes and also has substantial experience representing corporate and financial services clients in commercial disputes before the UK courts.
Emiko also regularly advises clients on compliance with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the Modern Slavery Act.
Acting for a State in its defence of a claim under the 1976 UNCITRAL Rules. The claim is brought pursuant to a bilateral investment treaty and relates to allegations of expropriation, mistreatment and denial of justice.
Acted for a UK based private equity firm in a multi-jurisdictional dispute against a prominent South Asian goods manufacturer involving arbitration proceedings under the LCIA Rules and multi-jurisdictional litigation proceedings.*
Acted for the claimant in a shareholders' dispute involving a prominent Russian joint venture project in a high value LCIA arbitration and related proceedings before the English courts.*
Acted for Tate & Lyle Sugars Ltd in a successful commercial court litigation against Tate & Lyle Industries Ltd in relation to various contractual claims resulting from the acquisition of the latter's European sugars business.*
Acted for a prominent manufacturing company in a supplier dispute brought under the ICC Rules.*
*Matters worked on prior to joining White & Case