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David Hunt

Associate
London

t: +44 207 614 0981
f: +44 207 614 0999

dhunt@bsfllp.com
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Areas of Practice

Litigation

Antitrust

International Arbitration

Pro Bono


Education

BPP Law School, GDL, 2011

Oxford University, Classics, Classics, 2010


Admissions

England & Wales

Rights of Audience (Civil), Higher Courts of England and Wales

David Hunt advises clients facing disputes in both international arbitration and litigation.  He has a particular focus on international commercial and investment arbitration in the telecommunications and construction industries.

International Commercial Arbitration

  • Advising shareholders in a major telecommunications company in relation to potential disputes under its constitutional documents.
  • Advising a construction contractor in ICC proceedings in relation to claims for unpaid variation and prolongation costs arising out of a major project in the Middle East.
  • Advising a state development bank in an LCIA arbitration arising out of its restructuring of a major industrial conglomerate.
  • Advising an East Asian construction company in ICC proceedings relating to delays and liquidated damages in a power project in the Middle East.
  • Advising a state oil company in relation to the enforcement of an arbitration award arising out of a gas production sharing contract.

Investment Arbitration

  • Advising an investor in an European state in relation to claims arising out of the imposition of new and onerous regulations in breach of treaty.
  • Advising an investor in an Eastern European state in relation to the expropriation of a number of major construction projects.
  • Advising a telecommunications company in relation to the expropriation of its investments in Central Asia.

Litigation

  • Advising a shareholder in a major telecommunications company in proceedings before the English and BVI Courts in relation to rights arising under its security documents.
  • Advising a European bank in relation to claw back claims before the English Courts under section 238 of the Insolvency Act.