Climate Change & Energy Disputes & International Arbitration Law
White & Case LLP
About White & Case
White & Case is a global law firm with longstanding offices in the markets that matter today. Our on-the-ground experience, cross-border integration and depth of local, US and English-qualified lawyers help our clients work with confidence in any one market or across many. We guide our clients through difficult issues, bringing our insight and judgment to each situation. Our innovative approaches create original solutions to our clients’ most complex domestic and multijurisdictional deals and disputes. By thinking on behalf of our clients every day, we anticipate what they want, provide what they need and build lasting relationships. We do what it takes to help our clients achieve their ambitions.
Leading investors, corporations, financial institutions and sovereign states have been turning to White & Case for more than 75 years to represent them in high stakes disputes in international arbitrations. And for good reason. We were pioneers in the field and achieved many “firsts” on behalf of our clients along the way. Our practice is recognized as preeminent, and we count among our partners 44 of the highest ranked international arbitration practitioners in the world.
Successfully navigating the global energy market requires advice from lawyers who have in-depth knowledge of the global energy industry, regulatory environment, relevant stakeholders and local markets. White & Case has been a trusted adviser to energy industry clients on a global basis for more than 60 years.
With energy lawyers in key locations worldwide, we have a market-leading energy disputes practice and provide a full range of services across the entire energy value chain. We also provide a full range of services across all energy transition asset classes, and have significant experience in energy transition technologies and sustainability with respect to investments, including energy/climate-related litigation. We also support clients on decarbonizing operations, guide them on the retirement of coal-fired power projects for transition to cleaner energy sources, help with the diversification and monetization of fossil fuel assets, and successfully advise on climate change litigation.
White & Case handles some of the world’s largest and most complex climate change, energy transition, corporate social responsibility and human rights issues. The global nature of our Firm and practices, as well as the integrated and interactive structure of our teams, allows us to exchange and learn from experiences across jurisdictions, and identify and help our clients adapt to changing market conditions and trends. This gives us a distinct advantage over local firms.
Our global Climate Change Working Group was officially formed in 2019 to better serve our clients as it relates to their increasing climate change needs, as well as to coordinate internal efforts across a number of White & Case practice areas. In climate change matters, where many different and complex issues arise, cutting across various legal areas, we have a deep breadth of expertise and experience. Our advisory mandates include advising energy companies, multinational groups, and States, on devising a strategy in the face of increased climate change risks and obligations to reduce greenhouse emissions.
Mark is regarded by his peers and clients alike as one of the world’s foremost lawyers in his fields of practice. He is described in the prestigious law directories, Chambers and the Legal 500 as “skilled in all forms of energy-related dispute resolution” and “clever, with a good strategic brain” (Chambers UK) and a “class act” in commercial litigation and the oil & gas sector (Legal 500). He has also been listed as one of the top litigation and arbitration lawyers in the world (Lawdragon).
- For more information about Mark and his practice, please click on the following link https://www.whitecase.com/people/mark-clarke
Contact information and useful links
- For more information about our firm, visit our website at https://www.whitecase.com/
- To arrange a meeting with Mark or one of his team, please contact in the first instance Jerome Harber, our Business Development Manager email@example.com or +971 56 401 8737
- For further information on our Economic Sanctions and Export Controls group visit the following link: https://www.whitecase.com/law/practices/international-trade/economic-sanctions-and-export-controls
For further advice and assistance please contact:
020 7993 4255