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Felicity Yates

T: +44 20 7809 2185 Email Felicity | Vcard Office: London

Felicity Yates Associate

Contact details

Felicity Yates

Felicity Yates
Associate

T: +44 20 7809 2185 Email Felicity | Vcard Office: London

Felicity is an associate in Stephenson Harwood's commercial litigation group. Felicity has advised on a broad range of commercial disputes and has experience of both High Court litigation and international arbitration.
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Much of Felicity's work has an international focus and she has worked for banks, public bodies, corporates and individuals. Felicity has experience working in a range of sectors including oil and gas, healthcare, retail and banking.
  • Dispute resolution
  • Commercial litigation

Oil and gas arbitration

Acting for a US based oil company in an LCIA arbitration relating to a dispute over the sale of interests in oil fields in Nigeria and a counterclaim brought in relation to the management and operation of those fields.

Financial regulatory enquiry

9 months working on a large scale inquiry into the mis-selling of interest rate hedging products by a large multi-national bank.

Court proceedings relating to a failed healthcare JV

Acting for a private healthcare provider in relation to a dispute arising out of a failed JV with an approximate value of £12 million.

More: Dispute resolution

Oil and gas arbitration

Acting for a US based oil company in an LCIA arbitration relating to a dispute over the sale of interests in oil fields in Nigeria and a counterclaim brought in relation to the management and operation of those fields.

Financial regulatory enquiry

9 months working on a large scale inquiry into the mis-selling of interest rate hedging products by a large multi-national bank.

Court proceedings relating to a failed healthcare JV

Acting for a private healthcare provider in relation to a dispute arising out of a failed JV with an approximate value of £12 million.

More: Commercial litigation

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12 Sep 2018

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Competing jurisdiction clauses in interest rate swap cases

Two recent decisions, with similar facts, have provided clarity on the approach the Courts should take when faced with competing jurisdiction clauses.

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