Millie is an associate in White & Case's Global Commercial Litigation Practice and a member of the London Technology Disputes team, based in London. She has a broad practice in complex cross-border commercial litigation and international arbitration with a particular focus on clients in the technology sector, having completed a 6 month secondment in Meta's EMEA Regulatory Litigation team.
Millie joined White & Case as a trainee, gaining experience in the Firm's Bank Finance, Commercial Litigation and White Collar Crime Groups in London. Millie also spent six months working remotely in the Bank Finance and Private Equity Groups in the Firm's Stockholm office.
Millie is particularly committed to participating in pro bono work, and has completed a secondment with European Lawyers in Lesvos, helping to provide legal advice to asylum seekers in Greece.
Acting for an African state in ICC and Swiss Chambers arbitrations involving claims for US$800 million in a matter arising from an international fraud, bribery, and corruption scandal.
Acting for a syndicate of Chinese lenders in a claim brought in the English Commercial Court enforcing security against an Indian promoter in relation to a US$925 million facility. As part of the proceedings, the team obtained the largest conditional order ever made against an individual (requiring the payment into Court of USD100 million).
Acting for an Indian real estate developer in a SIAC arbitration concerning a hospitality project in Mumbai, India.
Representing Meta (formerly Facebook) as a member of the team that handles all international litigation for Meta, including matters implicating international data protection, privacy, defamation, hosting provider liability, intellectual property and censorship laws.