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Jeremy Wilson is co-chair of the firm’s International Arbitration Practice Group. Mr. Wilson advises and represents parties in price review disputes, investor-state matters, and commercial arbitration matters, including in both ad hoc proceedings under the UNCITRAL Rules, and institutional arbitrations under the rules of the ICC, HKIAC, the SCC, the DIAC, and the LCIA, in venues around the world. He has particular experience and a proven track record advising clients in the energy, life sciences, media, and consumer brands sectors.

Chambers UK ranks Mr. Wilson as a leading lawyer for International Arbitration. An impressed source says he is "absolutely outstanding, great to work with and against, clever and very hard-working." Clients note his “impressive analytical and tactical skills” as well as his “quick and thorough understanding of complex legal issues”, while market sources have noted that he is “excellent on the law.” Chambers also notes his industry expertise, stating that the ‘"very accomplished and knowledgeable" Jeremy Wilson is particularly commended for handling arbitrations in the oil and gas industries.'

  • Representing an international electronics company in a Singapore-seated ICC arbitration governed by Singapore law concerning breach of contract and patent issues.
  • Representing a global luxury goods supplier in a New York-seated ICC arbitration arising under distribution agreements governed by New York law.
  • Representing a leading European media entity in a London-seated LCIA arbitration governed by English law concerning the termination of a framework agreement and competition law issues. 
  • Representing a European energy entity in a South African-seated UNCITRAL arbitration concerning a petroleum products supply agreement.
  • Representing a global cosmetics company in an ICC Hong Kong-seated arbitration arising under a shareholders’ agreement governed by Hong Kong law.
  • Representing Ukraine’s state-owned oil and gas company, Naftogaz of Ukraine, in an investment dispute with the Russian Federation.
  • Representing an international media company in Hong Kong-seated HKIAC arbitration proceedings in a dispute under English law relating to one of the most watched television shows in China.
  • Representing one of the world’s leading solar companies in a London-seated LCIA arbitration in an English-law governed dispute relating to two solar power projects in the United Kingdom and Europe.
  • Advising a consortium of Asian buyers in a New York-law governed price review with an Asian seller under two LNG SPAs, with a value in dispute exceeding $800 million.
  • Representing an investment company in an LCIA arbitration under the terms of an English law governed shareholders’ agreement with a value in dispute exceeding $80 million. The dispute relates to the operations of an oil terminal connected to the CPC pipeline.
  • Representing the oil trading affiliate of a major international oil and gas company in a multiparty arbitration (seated in Stockholm and under the UNCITRAL Rules) concerning the component variables of a complex quality bank calculation.
  • Advising a leading state-owned oil company in an English-law governed pricing dispute regarding a long-term crude oil supply contract with a sum in dispute in excess of U.S. $16 billion.
  • Representing a Middle Eastern investment company in an LCIA arbitration relating to multiple oil investments in Iraq.
  • Representing a European gas utility company in an English-law governed contract price-revision dispute under the UNCITRAL Rules relating to three long-term LNG contracts with a sum in dispute of approximately U.S. $4.5 billion.
  • Representing an industrial conglomerate in an investment treaty arbitration against a Balkan state in the Permanent Court of Arbitration at the Hague (under the UNCITRAL Rules).
  • Representing a European gas utility company in a large ICC arbitration valued over U.S. $2 billion against a North African state-oil company relating to a complex contract price revision dispute.
  • Representing a Korean steel company in an ICC arbitration against a Dutch international welding and cutting company.
  • Representing a Russian electricity trading and holding company that operates one of the largest power stations in southeast Europe in an ICC arbitration brought by three Moldovan electricity distributors.
  • Representing an international petroleum company in two UNCITRAL arbitrations, valued at approximately U.S. $2 billion arising under multiple contracts concluded with a North African state oil company in relation to the exploitation of a crude oil field.
  • Advising an international oil company on a price review with a European energy company under a long-term gas sales agreement governed by Norwegian law.

Memberships and Affiliations

  • ICC
  • LCIA
  • Recognized by Global Arbitration Review and Who’s Who Legal: Arbitration as one of its "Future Leaders" a ranking of "the most eminent lawyers in the field under 45" (2021).
  • Chambers UK, International Arbitration (2014-2020)
  • Chambers Global, International Arbitration (2021)
  • Legal 500 UK, International Arbitration (2014-2016)
  • Euromoney’s Guide to the World's Leading Experts in Commercial Arbitration (2013-2018)