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India Furse is a litigation and disputes lawyer based in London.
India focuses on all aspects of commercial disputes, particularly in the energy and natural resources sectors. She has acted as lead associate on matters for prominent international clients, including global mining companies, energy supermajors, national oil companies and renewables companies. India spent six months on secondment in our Singapore office where she gained experience in the transport sector across Asia-Pacific.
India qualified as a solicitor in March 2018 and as a solicitor-advocate in December 2019.
Legal professional qualifications
- Legal Practice Course, 2016
- Graduate Diploma in Law, 2014, Gold Award
- MA in English Literature, Durham University, 2013
Distinction, Floreat Scholarship, 2012
- BA in English Literature, Durham University, 2012
First Class Honours, Baxter Prizes, 2010, 2011
- Solicitor, qualified in England & Wales 2018
- Solicitor,Advocate, qualified in England & Wales 2019
Advising / acting for:
- A global gold mining company - in respect of three claims exceeding a total of US$148m arising out of one of its Tanzanian mines ((i) AFSA, English law, South Africa seat; (ii) Ad hoc, Tanzanian law, Dar es Salaam seat; (iii) Ad hoc, English law)
- A dual-listed gold mining company and its subsidiary - in a multimillion dollar arbitration proceedings brought against it by its earthworks and civils contractor in connection with a gold mine in West Africa (AFSA, English law)
- An energy supermajor - in arbitration proceedings relating to leakage claims exceeding US$240m arising out of an SPA (LCIA, Danish law)
- A national oil company - in US$86m arbitration proceedings arising out of a plug and abandonment project offshore in Africa (LCIA, Angolan law)
- An energy supermajor in US$115m arbitration proceedings arising out of the sale of offshore assets in Africa (LCIA, English law)
- A global wind turbine manufacturer - in arbitration proceedings arising out of a joint venture dispute (Ad hoc, English law)
- An energy supermajor - in three health and safety investigations following incidents at its UK-based chemical plant
- An energy supermajor - in High Court litigation proceedings in relation to the illegal tapping of UK oil pipelines. Advocated at a successful application hearing for a charging order over the defendant's property
- The contractor - in High Court proceedings relating to a waste-to-energy plant (Essex County Council v UBB Waste (Essex) Ltd  EWHC 1581 (TCC)).
- The operator of an onshore licence - in High Court proceedings against one of the JOA partners relating to a claim for unpaid invoices
- A London-listed investment trust operating UK wind farms - in relation to a statutory nuisance claim.
- NRF Insights, July 2022, 'The ECT's modern makeover unveiled'
- NRF Insights, February 2021, 'UK Supreme Court clarifies issues on parent company liability in Okpabi and others v Royal Dutch Shell Plc'
- Regular contributor for the Norton Rose Fulbright quarterly "International Arbitration Report"
- Lexology - Getting the Deal Through, Introduction and UK Chapter 2020, 2021
- Inside Africa blog – https://www.nortonrosefulbright.com/en/inside-africa/blog/2021/02/uk-supreme-court-clarifies-issues-on-parent-company-liability
- NRF Insights – https://www.nortonrosefulbright.com/en/knowledge/publications/f248bef3/court-of-appeal-considers-unusual-extension-to-duty-of-care-principles
- Case Updater: PCP v Barclays Bank Plc, November 2020 - https://www.nortonrosefulbright.com/en/inside-disputes-and-investigations/blog/case-updater-pcp-v-barclays-waiver-of-privilege
- Case Updater: Apache North Sea Limited v INEOS FPS Limited, September 2020 - https://www.nortonrosefulbright.com/en/knowledge/publications/2613056a/case-updater-apache-north-sea-limited-v-ineos-fps-limited
- Third-party funding in investor-state arbitration, July 2018 - https://www.insideafricalaw.com/blog/third-party-funding-in-investor-state-arbitration
- To seat or not to seat? That was the question in Atlas Power decision, June 2018 - http://www.nortonrosefulbright.com/knowledge/publications/168720/to-seat-or-not-to-seat-that-was-the-question-in-atlas-power-decision
- West Tankers stays on course in recent anti-suit decision, December 2018 - http://www.nortonrosefulbright.com/knowledge/publications/171645/west-tankers-stays-on-course-in-recent-anti-suit-decision
India is a regular presenter on legal topics and developments, both internally and to clients.
- 2020 NRF Energy Academy – "Gas, LNG and the energy transition"
- 2020 NRF Projects Academy – "When Projects Turn South – Traps for the Unwary", which can be accessed on demand and forms part of our Energy Academy and Projects Academy
Blog | September 01, 2022
Publication | July 21, 2022
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Publication | May 11, 2022