Lupus Sabene

Lupus Sabene

Senior Associate, Tokyo

Email lupus.sabene@hoganlovells.com

Phone +81 3 5157 8200

Fax +81 3 5157 8210

LanguagesEnglish, Italian, French, Spanish

Practice groupFinance

A senior associate in our Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects (IERP) team, Lupus Sabene focuses on project development and construction matters and has a wealth of complex project experience which is invaluable to his clients, be they owners, contractors, lenders, sponsors, developers or utilities.

Lupus has worked globally on some of the largest energy and power projects and this background is key to his ability to either anticipate and resolve potential roadblocks before they arise or to advise on practical proven solutions to a wide range of issues. Whether it is an upstream interest in Latin America or a power and water project in the Middle East, he brings more than a decade of relevant knowledge to the Hogan Lovells team.

Even though Lupus works mainly on the development and construction of energy and natural resource projects, he can also draw on extensive corporate, finance and international arbitration experience.

Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Lupus worked in-house for one of Japan’s largest trading houses for three years. More recently he has been acting as senior counsel to the main contractor for the construction of the Ichthys LNG onshore facilities. Both these roles have given him significant insight into the needs and drivers of his clients. 

Lupus qualified as a solicitor in 2006 after having trained for the English bar.

Education and admissions

Education

Vocational Course, Inns of Court School of Law, London, 1998

LL.M, European Academy of Legal Theory, 1997

LL.M, University of Southampton, 1996

Bar admissions and qualifications

England and Wales

Representative experience

Advising on a number of transmission asset purchases in India, UK (first, second and third tender rounds for offshore transmission assets) and Germany

Latest thinking and events

Sponsorships and Speaking Engagements

[Seminar] The ENAA, FIDIC and Contracts: A Comparison of the Key Provisions

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