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Rebecca Copcutt is an associate in the Dispute Resolution Group of the Firm's London office, whose practice focuses on advising financial institutions, quoted companies and senior executives on litigation and contentious regulatory enforcement action. Rebecca has experience of high-value, cross border disputes across a broad range of sectors, including financial services, real estate and energy and has advised clients on regulatory enforcement investigations brought by both domestic and international regulators.
Rebecca has spent time on secondment to international offices and to the dispute resolution department at a leading investment bank.
Rebecca is committed to pro bono work and has experience working for registered charities in relation to cross border law reform projects and regularly volunteers at the Royal Courts of Justice Citizens’ Advice Bureau.
Advising an international investment bank on an investigation into bonds trading, and related systems and controls issues including coordinating responses to various financial regulators.
Advising a global financial services group in proceedings brought in the English courts concerning the valuation of a portfolio of asset backed securities and the events leading to close out.*
Advising a leading commercial and retail bank in relation to an enforcement investigation in relation to the bank's capital position and the conduct of its executive directors.*
Representing a leading, AIM listed real estate development company in relation to a high-value dispute against its former directors for fraudulent misrepresentation and breach of directors duties spanning across 5 jurisdictions and with parallel LCIA arbitration proceedings seated in Singapore.*
Preparing the defence for the real estate investment fund business of a global investment bank in threatened proceedings arising from a multi-hundred million loss on commercial real estate investments in continental Europe.*
Representing a multinational financial services corporation in relation to proceedings brought against it in the London Court of International Arbitration arising out of the enforcement of a previous Award for damages, declaratory and injunctive relief.*
* Experience prior to joining White & Case