Therese Marie Rodgers | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice

Therese Marie Rodgers

Associate, London

Overview

Therese Marie Rodgers is an associate in White & Case's Construction and Engineering Group and is based in London. Therese Marie advises owners and contractors on dispute resolution and has experience of international arbitration and litigation, as well as of alternative methods of dispute resolution, including mediation. Therese Marie has advised clients across a variety of industries, including oil and gas (exploration, drilling, processing (e.g. construction of refineries) and distribution), hydropower and transport infrastructure.

Therese Marie joined White & Case in 2016 from an international firm, where she was an associate in the International Dispute Resolution Group, specialising in International Construction Arbitration.

Bars and Courts

  • Solicitor, England and Wales

Education

  • LLB, University of London, Birkbeck College
  • LPC, College of Law

Languages

  • English

Experience

Representing a Middle Eastern sovereign government in an ICC arbitration concerning the civil works relating to a major transport infrastructure project. The amount in dispute was approximately US$550 million. The contract was based on the FIDIC Red Book.

Representing a Middle Eastern sovereign government in an ICC arbitration concerning the construction of a passenger terminal building for a major transport infrastructure project. The amount in dispute was approximately US$500 million.

Representing a Middle Eastern sovereign government in an ICC arbitration concerning the enabling works relating to a major transport infrastructure project. The amount in dispute was approximately US$140 million. The contract was based on the FIDIC Red Book.

Advising one of the world's leading oil and gas construction groups in respect of a dispute concerning variations and delay to the construction of gas processing and ancillary treatment facilities in North Africa. Algerian law, ICC (Paris seat).

Representing an international contractor in an ICC arbitration concerning a major port project in Iraq.  The amount in dispute was approximately US$200 million. The contract was based on the FIDIC Yellow Book.