Lucy is a commercial lawyer specialising in litigation and arbitration disputes.
Lucy has worked on a wide range of cross border matters including large fraud investigations, arbitrations under ICC, LCIA and DIAC rules, reinsurance disputes, banking litigation and white collar crime investigations. Her experience covers High Court disputes, as well as Court of Appeal and Supreme Court proceedings.
Prior to joining Signature Litigation, Lucy completed her training at DLA Piper, qualifying in August 2017.
During her training, Lucy undertook a secondment to the Middle East, where she acted on complex asset tracing disputes and construction arbitrations. She also gained experience in issues such as enforcement arising from operating in a maturing civil law jurisdiction.
Lucy has a strong commitment to pro bono work, having volunteered for Coram Children’s Nationality Project and UNICEF.
Litigation and Arbitration
- Acted for a global bank in a £30 million ForEx trading dispute.
- Acted on behalf of a global financial services client in a high profile UK insolvency dispute in the Supreme Court.
- Acted for a War Risks market on a $100 million reinsurance arbitration.
- Acted on a DIAC arbitration on behalf of a Middle Eastern oil company.
Fraud and Investigations
- Advised official liquidators on a complex asset tracing dispute arising out of liquidation of a Cayman Islands production company.
- Acted on a large fraud investigation on behalf of an Omani entity, involving asset tracing, freezing orders and subsequent arbitration proceedings.
- Acted on behalf of a larger mobile phone retailer in relation to a white-collar crime investigation.