Angeline Welsh specialises in international arbitration and public law. Her arbitration practice includes both commercial and investment treaty claims. She has acted as counsel on complex arbitrations conducted under a wide range of institutional rules, across sectors as diverse as energy, telecoms, construction and finance and in jurisdictions across the world. She is a co-chair of the IBA Arb 40 Subcommittee and contributed to the 24th Edition of Russell on Arbitration, the leading textbook on arbitration in English law.
Angeline Welsh looks at the jurisdictional issues in a series of recent investment arbitrations, the position of the European Commission and the implications for UK investment treaties post-Brexit. ...On May 8, 2017 / By Angeline Welsh
Angeline Welsh takes a look at how one of the longest running enforcement cases before the English Court, IPCO (Nigeria) Limited v Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, generated interpretative ...On March 14, 2017 / By Angeline Welsh
In the second part of our analysis of Gold Reserve v Venezuela, Angeline Welsh looks at some important lessons about the practicalities of bringing an arbitration claim against ...On February 17, 2017 / By Angeline Welsh
Gold Reserve v Venezuela holds the distinguished position of being the only case to feature in our lists of both the top international law and top arbitration cases ...On February 16, 2017 / By Angeline Welsh
The short read The UK may be slated to leave the EU, but the English courts still have plenty of EU law to grapple with in the meantime. ...On January 31, 2017 / By Angeline Welsh
What with the speech of the Lord Chief Justice bemoaning the lack of commercial cases making their way through the English Commercial courts as a result of the ...On January 24, 2017 / By Angeline Welsh
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