Tatiana Roldan Ferri

Associate, London

Biography

Overview

Tatiana Roldan Ferri is an Associate in the Dispute Resolution group in London, whose practice focuses on international arbitration and commercial litigation.

Tatiana specialises in providing clients with clear and commercial advice in relation to all forms of commercial dispute, particularly focused on the infra-structure sector including energy, construction, Oil & Gas and others.

Tatiana has experience of managing international disputes for clients, particularly in international arbitration, including experience in LCIA, ICC and ad hoc arbitrations, as well as mediation.

Bars and Courts
Sao Paulo
Education
LLB

University Mackenzie, Law School

LLM
Queen Mary University of London

Post-Graduation, Brazilian Administrative Law, FGV – SP

Post-Graduation in Brazilian Procedure Law, PUC – SP

Languages
English
Portuguese

Experience

Tatiana's recent experience, including prior to joining White & Case includes:

Infra-Structure:

Acting as the General Counsel of a big infra-structure company in Brazil, and acting in several contentions and non-contentious matters related to the corporation projects. These matters included general consulting advice, ICC arbitrations and domestic mediation.

Arbitration:

LCIA arbitration concerning one of the largest power plants in Brazil
Representing the concessionaire and the main contractor on one of the largest power plant projects located in Brazil, in a series of related LCIA arbitrations against the insurers. The dispute involved several discussions concerning insurance coverage, technical construction issues and energy related matters.

Ad Hoc arbitration related to a shipping dispute:

Representing a German shipping company in and ad hoc arbitration based in London relating to a contractual dispute and further guarantee enforcements of a vessel acquisition. 

Mediation: 

Mediation relating to an insurance coverage dispute
Representing the concessionaire and the main contractor in an insurance related mediation, following a series of arbitration proceedings.