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Cathal Leigh-Doyle

T: +44 20 7809 2658 M: +44 7540 155 833 Email Cathal | Vcard Office: London

Cathal Leigh-Doyle Associate

Contact details

Cathal Leigh-Doyle

Cathal Leigh-Doyle
Associate

T: +44 20 7809 2658 M: +44 7540 155 833 Email Cathal | Vcard Office: London

An international dispute resolution lawyer with a broad range of contentious experience especially within the energy and natural resources sectors. Cathal advises a range of industry leaders on disputes in the English courts and international arbitration.
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With a strong international perspective, Cathal acts for clients in disputes before the English courts as well as in international arbitrations.

Cathal routinely assists large corporate clients across a broad range of contentious situations, in both a representative and advisory capacity, from internal investigations through to formal court or arbitral proceedings. He has has also carried out several negotiations and mediations for his clients. 

Cathal has worked with clients from a varierty of sectors including the oil and gas, financial services and retail sectors. While qualified and practicing in England and Wales, Cathal is also qualified to practise in New York and Ireland.

  • Dispute resolution
  • International arbitration
  • Oil and gas disputes

A L Challis Ltd v British Gas Trading Ltd [2015] EWHC 141 (Comm)

Successfully defended a multi-million pound breach of contract claim in the Commercial Court.

Endeavour Energy UK Ltd v Hess LTD (2017) QBD (Comm)

Represented an international oil and gas exploration company bring a multi-million claim for rig idle costs and breach of the JOA in the Commercial Court.

Drilling Company

Represented an international oil and gas drilling company bring a breach of contract claim in the ICC for the non-payment of drilling fees.

More: Dispute resolution

 

Drilling Company

Represented an international oil and gas drilling company bring a breach of contract claim in the ICC for the non-payment of drilling fees.

More: International arbitration

 

A L Challis Ltd v British Gas Trading Ltd [2015] EWHC 141 (Comm)

Successfully defended a multi-million pound breach of contract claim in the Commercial Court.

Endeavour Energy UK Ltd v Hess LTD (2017) QBD (Comm)

Represented an international oil and gas exploration company bring a multi-million claim for rig idle costs and breach of the JOA in the Commercial Court.

Drilling Company

Represented an international oil and gas drilling company bring a breach of contract claim in the ICC for the non-payment of drilling fees.

More: Oil and gas disputes

 
  • Energy and natural resources
  • Oil and gas

A L Challis Ltd v British Gas Trading Ltd [2015] EWHC 141 (Comm)

Successfully defended a multi-million pound breach of contract claim in the Commercial Court.

Endeavour Energy UK Ltd v Hess LTD (2017) QBD (Comm)

Represented an international oil and gas exploration company bring a multi-million claim for rig idle costs and breach of the JOA in the Commercial Court.

Drilling Company

Represented an international oil and gas drilling company in ICC arbitrational proceedings for a £500,000 breach of contract claim for the non-payment of drilling fees.

More: Energy and natural resources

 
 

A L Challis Ltd v British Gas Trading Ltd [2015] EWHC 141 (Comm)

Successfully defended a multi-million pound breach of contract claim in the Commercial Court.

Endeavour Energy UK Ltd v Hess LTD (2017) QBD (Comm)

Represented an international oil and gas exploration company bring a multi-million claim for rig idle costs and breach of the JOA in the Commercial Court.

Drilling Company

Represented an international oil and gas drilling company bring a breach of contract claim in the ICC for the non-payment of drilling fees.

More: Oil and gas

 
 
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