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Richard Coopey is an associate in the Dispute Resolution group in London, whose practice focuses on commercial litigation and international arbitration.
Richard has worked on a large number of substantial commercial disputes for clients, in particular those from the banking and finance, mining and logistics sectors. He has a broad range of experience in the English Courts and experience of ICC and LCIA arbitrations.
Representing a Turkish conglomerate in two consolidated LCIA arbitrations relating to alleged breaches of joint venture arrangements under a shareholders' agreement and articles of association.
Representing an HKSE and ASX listed mining company in high court litigation relating to alleged breaches of a tax indemnity and tax warranties contained in a sale and purchase agreement.
Advising a state owned oil and gas corporation in connection with disputes arising out of a sale and purchase agreement, including a challenge to the jurisdiction of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
Representing the owner of a controlling stake in Turkey's leading mobile phone operator in proceedings before the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (High Court, Court of Appeal and Privy Council) concerning the enforcement of a Swiss arbitral award.
Representing a South African bank in relation to disputes arising from trade finance transactions originated in Hong Kong involving lending to two state owned enterprises in a frontier market.
Representing a travel company in high court litigation relating to alleged breaches of earn-out provisions contained in a sale and purchase agreement.
Acting for a UK based fund manager in relation to allegations arising from the acquisition of a public company which was said to be in breach of mandate.
Acting for a subsidiary of an international metal trading and mining conglomerate in a dispute with a sub-contractor relating to the aborted construction of a sulphuric acid plant in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Advising a major UK financial institution subject to an FSA skilled person investigation relating to an IT glitch.
*Matters worked on prior to joining White & Case.