Andrew Hutcheon

Andrew Hutcheon is a partner in the international litigation and arbitration practice of Watson, Farley & Williams LLP. He has extensive international arbitration experience and has represented major corporations such as Norsk Hydro and Vivendi in arbitrations before arbitration institutions such as the ICC, LCIA, VIAC, AAA and LMAA. He has also represented clients in several High Court cases making significant contributions to English arbitration law. He has had notable experience in oil & gas disputes, in which he has advised parties in relation to international arbitration and bilateral investment treaty disputes, commercial litigation and judicial review proceedings. Other industries in which he has had significant experience are natural resources, construction, shipping, finance and TMT. This year he has advised in relation to a number of significant offshore oil & gas disputes and represented Excelerate Energy in a judicial review application in relation to gas baseline entry capacity as part of the Gas and Electricity Marketing Authority's well publicised two-year price review consultation. The judicial review application led to the alteration of a number of entry capacity limits and a further consultation by GEMA. Andrew has practised in Australia and England and holds degrees from the University of Sydney and Tulane University, New Orleans.

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