Natalia Filandrianou is an associate in White & Case's International Arbitration Practice Group. She represents clients in national and cross-border litigation and arbitration proceedings.
Natalia focuses on oil & gas, power projects, automotive and product liability. She has experience with sovereign conduct as well as in civil and common law.
Prior to joining White & Case, Natalia worked as a Research Assistant at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg and as an Intern with the European Union Delegation at the United Nations in New York.
Major Insurance Company
Advising a major insurance company on arbitration proceedings resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Japanese Autonomous Driving Company
Advising a Japanese Autonomous Driving Company, a joint venture of several Japanese OEMs, on the legal framework in the EU and 13 European countries in relation to autonomous driving.
Major Automotive OEM
Representation of a major automotive OEM in a variety of cases arising from regulatory questions.
US Tech Company
Advising an US tech company on cross-border litigation with a purchaser.
Oil & Gas Consortium
Successful representation of an oil & gas consortium in an ICC arbitration against an Arab state arising from the political turmoil of the Arab spring.
Taiwanese Solar Company
Representation of a Taiwanese solar company in a EUR 130-million ICC arbitration against a German supplier about the termination of a long-term supply agreement for economic hardship.
"Smart cities: New power dynamics & intelligent transport systems", Open Access Government, June 2021 (with Christian Theissen)
"Autonomous vehicles: the converging factor for private and public actors in smart cities", Automotive World, June 2021 (with Christian Theissen)