Stephanie Stocker is an associate in the Dispute Resolution group in London, whose practice focuses on commercial litigation and international arbitration.
Stephanie has a broad range of experience before the English Courts, having represented clients in a number of substantial commercial disputes, with a particular focus on shareholder disputes and the banking and finance sector.
Stephanie also has substantial experience of advising on the enforcement of arbitration awards and investor-State arbitrations, including representing clients in LCIA and ICC arbitration proceedings.
Murray Edwards College
Resisting the enforcement of the +US$50 billion Yukos award
Acting for the Russian Federation, resisting the enforcement of the +US$50 billion Yukos arbitration award, the largest award in the history of arbitration.
Shareholder in Turkish mobile phone operator
Representing the owner of a controlling stake in Turkey's leading mobile phone operator in proceedings before the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (High Court and Court of Appeal), and LCIA arbitration proceedings, concerning the disputed ownership of a US$1.5 billion stake in the operator.
English high court litigation relating to the enforcement of an ICC arbitration award
Representing an investor in relation to the enforcement of an ICSID arbitration award made in the context of a bilateral investment treaty, and involving issues of European law determined or to be determined by the European Commission and the General Court of the European Union.
English high court litigation relating to enforcement of security
Representing a European bank in relation to Commercial Court proceedings to enforce our client's mortgages over two aircraft and related proceedings under the Cross Border Insolvency Regulations.
English high court litigation relating to the grant of security and the provisions of a related shareholders agreement*
Representing a high net wealth individual in expedited high court litigation relating to breaches of provisions requiring the grant of security in favour of the lender under the loan agreement, and subsequent proceedings relating to the winding-up of the borrower on the grounds of the breakdown of a quasi-partnership.
*Matters worked on prior to joining White & Case.