Advising a major international automotive company in an ICC arbitration against another international automotive company in relation to a dispute concerning a breach of contract.
Tom Mylrea-Lowndes focuses on international arbitration. He advises international clients on a range of disputes and has experience of both ad hoc and administered arbitrations, including under the ICC and LCIA rules. Recently, he advised a major automotive company and obtained a successful outcome in a dispute over a breach of contract. Tom also works with companies in the oil and gas, natural resources, energy, technology and media sectors and has a particular interest in disputes in Latin America and Africa.
Tom gained a dual honours degree in English and French Law from the University of Exeter and went on to complete a Maîtrise in European Law at the Université de Rennes. He then obtained an LLM in International Business Law from University College London before going on to complete his legal training at BPP. He joined Hogan Lovells in March 2012, qualified as a Solicitor in England and Wales in March 2014 and a Solicitor Advocate, having passed his Higher Rights of Audience exam, in July 2015.
Tom grew up in Latin America (Brazil and Chile) and Europe (Luxembourg, Belgium, France and England). He is bilingual in English and Spanish, fluent in French and has a good understanding of Portuguese. Tom has also spent six months working in the Brussels office of Hogan Lovells.
Tom takes an active interest in pro bono work. He has worked on a range of projects from domestic abuse cases to representing the families of service personnel killed in service at inquests. He is also interested in social enterprise and is a member of Hogan Lovells' Business and Social Enterprise Group.
Acting for telecommunications companies in a CRCICA arbitration concerning interconnection rates.