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John Rogerson is an associate in the Dispute Resolution Group of the Firm's London office. John's practice focuses on commercial litigation and international arbitration.
Acting for an investment bank in three separate, but related, claims brought by Private Wealth Management clients in Singapore.
Acting for an investment bank in connection with cross-border investigations conducted by several regulatory authorities (US, UK, Germany, Russia) in relation to alleged money laundering.
Advising a shareholder in a large telecommunications company in relation to ICC arbitration proceedings in Paris and also ancillary applications in the BVI and the Netherlands.
Representing a defence contractor in an (ad hoc) arbitration claim brought against its subcontractor.
Acting for an Israeli public-private joint venture in an ICC arbitration (under English law) relating to a major water and sewerage infrastructure project in the Caribbean.
Chronicle of a Death Foretold? The demise of the anti-suit injunction in arbitration, chapter in Austrian Arbitration Yearbook, (co-author with Michael Hales)
Culross Global SPC v Strategic Turnaround Master Partnership Limited, Bloomberg Law Journal, April/May 2011