Julia Ogievetsky is an associate in the Dispute Resolution group of the Firm's London office, and focuses her practice on commercial litigation and international arbitration.
Julia's experience covers industry sectors such as construction, oil and gas and financial institutions.
Julia joined White & Case in February 2015 as a trainee, completing seats in both the Construction Arbitration and the Dispute Resolution departments, and has also spent six months seconded to the Firm's Hong Kong office.
Julia is committed to pro bono work and is actively involved in pro bono projects within the Firm, including the Whitechapel Legal Advice Clinic and the Royal Courts of Justice Legal Advice Bureau, as well as work for the Zoological Society of London. She is a member of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (Young ITA).
Advising a European owner / operator in arbitration proceedings related to the design and construction of a nuclear power plant.
Advising a global financial institution on contractual issues arising from its acquisition of a gas plant in Europe.
Representing a European tunnelling contractor in an LCIA arbitration against an Asian entity, in relation to claims and counter-claims arising out of a contract for micro-tunnelling works in the Middle East.
Advising a Middle East government on a multi-million US dollar ICC arbitration concerning the construction of a flagship new airport, based on a modified form of FIDIC contract.
Representing a world leading mechanical and electrical construction company in Technology and Construction Court proceedings concerning the development of a hi-tech government building in central London.
Advising one of the largest investment funds in Russia in an arbitration arising out of the group's demerger.