Theresa Hudson

Theresa Hudson

Senior Associate, London

Email theresa.hudson@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +44 20 7296 2148

Fax +44 20 7296 2001

LanguagesEnglish, French

Practice groupLitigation

A senior associate in our Commercial Dispute Resolution practice, Theresa Hudson's experience of working in our offices in a number of jurisdictions lends depth to her work on complex, cross-border, international disputes. Theresa's particular focus is on advising clients in relation to fraud litigation and claims for damages and injunctive relief before the English High Court arising out of anti-competitive conduct.

In recent years, Theresa has been a member of our teams working on high profile cases which are at the cutting edge of legal developments. Prior to returning to the London office, Theresa spent three years as a member of the growing Dispute Resolution practice in our Singapore office where she worked extensively with clients with a presence in the Asia-Pacific region. Theresa distinguished herself in her ability to effectively engage on legal principles unfamiliar to her clients, and her down to earth approach enabled her clients to negotiate through complex matters with ease.

Education and admissions

Education

Master of Laws, Université Paris II, Panthéon-Assas, 2006

Bachelor of Laws, University of Manchester, 2005

Memberships

Law Society of England and Wales

Court admissions

England and Wales

Representative experience

Advising group in multiparty antitrust 'follow-on' damages claim for £250m breach of competition law, arising from European Commission cartel finding in Gas Insulated Switchgear market.

Acting for State Corporation Deposit Insurance Agency, liquidators of JSC Mezhdunarodniy Promyshlenniy Bank, to bring claims/maintain worldwide freezing order against Sergei Pugachev, bank's former owner.

Acting for the Government of Vietnam in two separate investment arbitrations under a Bilateral Trade Agreement and a Bilateral Investment Treaty.

Acting for Japanese trading house in LCIA arbitration in Singapore with Indian counterparty regarding debts for supply of telecommunications equipment from China to India.

Acting for Finnish company in ICC arbitration in Singapore against Malaysian company, arising from breaches of joint venture for research/manufacture of microprocessor applications.

Acting for Japanese contractor in dispute with owner of landmark project in Singapore involving claims and potential SIAC arbitration relating to design, construction, and maintenance.

Acting for T-Mobile regarding judicial review, Competition Appeal Tribunal and Court of Appeal proceedings challenging proposed auction by Ofcom of next generation radio spectrum.

Acting pro bono for athlete who was disqualified from competing in the Commonwealth Games due to the accidental contamination of a nutritional supplement.

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