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Nicholas Vineall QC

London, UK Global Guide 2021 Ranked in 3 departments

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Global
Energy & Natural Resources - UK

Band 3

Nicholas Vineall QC
Has a reputation for being able to handle some of the most technically challenging cases, especially on the construction and engineering side of the market. He has been involved in numerous upstream issues including those relating to the construction and operation of offshore facilities. Vineall is active in both traditional litigation and large-scale international arbitrations. He is widely praised for the breadth of his practice, and handles a broad range of commercial energy disputes.
Strengths: "He provides sound legal and commercial advice."
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Shipping & Commodities - UK

Band 3

Nicholas Vineall QC
Often highlighted for his technical acumen, he has particular experience in offshore construction and shipbuilding disputes. He has recently been involved in a growing number of arbitration appeals.
Strengths: "A strong advocate who inspires confidence in the client, he's also very sharp and user-friendly." "Nick Vineall is an extremely good advocate who is intelligent and really gets to grips with the case."
Recent work: Represented Dreyfus in a Commercial Court arbitration appeal concerning document time bar clauses in charter parties.
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Dispute Resolution: Commercial - UK

Band 5

Nicholas Vineall QC
Strengths: "He is charming and has a lovely way with the court." "Very polished and self-assured, he handles witnesses well and is a stylish performer."
Recent work: Acted for Bank Mellat in its USD2 billion claim against HM Treasury for damages for the unlawful imposition of sanctions on the bank.
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