Simon Goodall is a dispute resolution and litigation lawyer based in London. He focuses on international arbitration and litigation, with a particular emphasis on energy, construction and international trade.
Simon has been involved in numerous international and domestic arbitration matters, including ICC, LCIA, DIFC-LCIA, DIAC, SCC, LMAA and UNCITRAL arbitrations, and has assisted with several matters before the English Commercial Court and the DIFC Courts. Simon's experience includes representing a European energy company in an UNCITRAL arbitration arising from a joint operating agreement for the exploration and production of natural gas and condensate; representing a UAE master developer in various DIAC arbitrations against sub-developers, contractors and end-users; representing a US developer of a Rwandan gas production facility and electricity generation plant in an ICC arbitration; Representing a multinational electric utility company in a DIFC-LCIA arbitration in relation to purported delays in the construction of a power project in Pakistan; and assisting UAE and Mauritian companies with the enforcement of an ICC Award in various jurisdictions.
Simon has a Master of Laws degree with distinction and is a qualified Solicitor Advocate, with experience of conducting advocacy at arbitration hearings.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has decided that the EU-FTA cannot be concluded without EU Member State participation. .
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The Istanbul Arbitration Centre and the ISTAC Arbitration Rules were introduced in October 2015, with the aim of Istanbul becoming a major regional hub for international arbitration..
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