Bryce Williams

London
  • 99 Bishopsgate
  • London EC2M 3XF
  • United Kingdom
 
 

Bryce Williams is an associate in the London office of Latham & Watkins, and a member of the firm’s International Arbitration and Public International Law Practices. His work focuses on the resolution of international commercial, investment, and public international law disputes.

Prior to joining Latham, Mr. Williams acted as a tribunal secretary with a renowned Swiss firm of arbitrators. He trained in the international arbitration team of a leading Australian firm.

Mr. Williams’ experience includes representing:

  • Mason Capital Management, a privately owned hedge fund sponsor, in an arbitration against the Republic of Korea under the US - Korea Free Trade Agreement
  • A New Zealand oil exploration company in a SIAC arbitration arising from the sale of Indonesian oil assets*
  • A Swiss mining and commodities conglomerate in court proceedings arising from the sale of an agribusiness, including contested section 1782 proceedings in the United States*
  • A Chinese mining company in an HKIAC arbitration arising from the sale of an interest in an African mining venture*
  • A Chinese agribusiness in contested proceedings to enforce a CIETAC arbitral award*
  • A major Australian agribusiness in a proto-dispute with its Chinese counterparty over the failure to complete a transaction*
  • A Singaporean downstream oil producer in a proto-dispute with a host government regarding the treatment of its investment*

 *Matters handled prior to joining Latham

 
 
 
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