Greg is a Partner in the International Arbitration Practice. He has a particular focus on the effective resolution of disputes in the energy, natural resources, international trade, transport, engineering, infrastructure and construction sectors, as well as international investment arbitration and public international law.
Greg is ranked by Chambers & Partners and by Legal 500 as an expert in International Arbitration, and is recommended by Who's Who Legal as an expert for International Arbitration and for Energy - Oil & Gas. He is a UK delegate for the ICC Global Commission for Arbitration and ADR, the world’s premier multi-jurisdictional forum for advancing the practice of international arbitration. He's the co-founder and a former Director of Delos Dispute Resolution, an independent arbitration institution that promotes quality, flexibility, and time and cost efficiency in the resolution of international disputes.
Greg has represented both claimants and respondents in international arbitrations, including large complex disputes worth billions of dollars, and before major arbitral institutions such as the ICC, LCIA, ICSID, CIETAC, LMAA as well as ad hoc arbitration proceedings. He sits as an arbitrator, either as a party-appointee or as sole arbitrator in expedited or standard proceedings.
Greg has acted for: parties in commercial and investment arbitrations in a range of sectors including construction, energy, infrastructure, transport, commodities, mining and natural resources, real estate, telecoms and international trade; financial services; State-State disputes pursuant to public international law, including conducting advocacy before eminent international tribunals; and both investors and State claimants in investment treaty arbitrations.
Before joining Mishcon de Reya, Greg was a partner in the international arbitration practice of a global law firm. Prior to his legal career, Greg qualified as a construction engineer and worked as a professional project manager on large, complex construction projects in the UK and South Africa.