Matthew Buckle is a litigation and dispute resolution lawyer based in London. He specialises in international commercial and investment arbitration.
Matthew has gained significant experience in contractual disputes in the energy and transport sectors. This includes disputes arising under supply contracts and shareholder disputes and claims in both the English Commercial Court and under the arbitration rules of the major arbitrational institutions including LCIA, ICC, DIAC, SCC and ad hoc arbitrations under the UNCITRAL rules.
Examples of Matthew’s experience include an ICC arbitration worth $500 million regarding a contract for the supply of solar cells, an LCIA arbitration in a corporate dispute regarding the ownership of a CIS airline; an ICC arbitration regarding the supply of commercial gases in the Middle East and an insurance dispute in the English Commercial Court.
Matthew has also gained experience as an advocate.
In December 2015, the Indian Ministry of Finance released an updated and approved version of the Indian Model Bilateral Investment Treaty (Indian Model BIT). The Min.
February 09, 2016
Even if you can’t recall the facts of the West Tankers and Endesa cases, you will probably at least remember their outcome, such has been their impact in arbitration.
December 19, 2012