Mark Sanders is an associate in the London office, practising in the International Arbitration and Construction and Engineering Groups. He advises on international construction, infrastructure and commercial disputes.
Mark joined White & Case in 2011 as a trainee, gaining experience in the Firm's Capital Markets and Corporate Groups in London, and the Bank Finance Group in the Firm's New York office.
Acting in an ICC arbitration concerning the design and construction of a nuclear power plant.
Representing an international consortium as the main contractor in relation to an ICC arbitration with a subcontractor arising out of a major metro project in the Middle East.
Representing a shipbuilder in an LCIA arbitration concerning the major refurbishment of an FPSO.
Acting for a contractor in an ICC arbitration concerning a roads project in West Africa.
Representing an employer in an ICC arbitration concerning the construction of an airport in the Middle East.
Representing a state-owned developer in an LCIA arbitration concerning variations and delay to the construction of primary infrastructure works for the development of a new city in the Middle East.
Advising in a dispute concerning a distribution agreement for agricultural machinery in Europe.