Enyo Law regularly advises on high value, multi-jurisdictional disputes in litigation. We deal with complex issues relating to conflict of laws, including anti-suit injunctions and jurisdictional and governing law disputes.
We have significant experience dealing with disputes arising out of all types of commercial transactions.
We are expert in initiating and defending cases in all divisions and at all levels of the english High Court. In addition, we are regularly instructed to protect assets, freeze, trace or seize assets. We have an in-house Business Intelligence team to assist with these procedures. We are also experienced in advising on alternative dispute resolution techniques.
We have advised on some of the most prominent High Court cases in recent years including:
- Libyan Investment Authority v Société Générale
- Unwired Planet International v Huawei Technologies and Ors  EWHC 711 (Pat)
- Goldman Sachs International v Novo Banco SA AND Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation AS v Novo Banco SA  EWCA Civ 1092
- Avonwick Holdings Limited and Jeremy Mark Wilmont and Emma Sayers (as the joint trustees of Mikhail Shlosberg  EWCA Civ 1138
- Georgian American Alloys v White & Case  EWHC 94 (Comm)
- Rochester Resources Ltd and Ors v Lebedev and Anor  EWHC 2185 (Comm); 2926 (Comm)
- Enercon & Wobben Properties v. Enercon (India)  EWHC 335 (Comm),  EWHC 3711 (Comm),  EWHC 689 (Comm)
- Acting for Russian coal and mining companies in relation to claims under facility agreements totalling $1 billion;
- Advising in relation to a Bilateral Investment Treaty claim concerning the alleged expropriation of a licence for extracting coal where damages claimed exceeded $500 million;
- Acting for a Malaysian company in relation to enforcement of an arbitral award;
- Acting for the largest public power provider in the US in three successful London arbitrations against its Bermuda insurers;
- Representing a leading European luxury goods manufacturer in a critical LCIA arbitration concerning a number of cross-border disputes arising out of its joint venture business arrangement with a local partner in the Middle East;
- Acting for a leading Indian construction group against a US construction company in two LCIA arbitrations relating to the construction of a $500 million highway in a sub-Saharan African State;
- Acting for an oil & gas major on arbitration strategies relating to a $850 million investment.