Environmental and Climate Change Litigation
Our specialists provide comprehensive advice and manage international environmental litigation and dispute resolution across numerous jurisdictions worldwide.
With our strong sector knowledge, we combine environmental and litigation expertise to advise our clients in complex civil, criminal and administrative disputes and proceedings, expert determinations and arbitrations. In addition, our lawyers advise on public international environmental laws.
We regularly advise on environmental indemnity and warranty disputes, third party civil actions and managing relationships with Governmental authorities.
Our environmental and litigation specialists also advise on administrative law matters, including judicial review (and equivalent) and have been successful in challenging environmental regulators on inappropriate use of, or interpretation of, their powers.
News & insights
Publications: 29 OCTOBER 2020
The concept of mandatory supply chain due diligence has been under consideration at the EU level in 2020. The European Commission published a study on the subject in February 2020, announced that it…Read more
Publications: 07 OCTOBER 2020
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) Climate-Related Market Risk Subcommittee of the Market Risk Advisory Committee (MRAC) released a report in September 2020 entitled ‘Managing Climate…Read more
Publications: 30 SEPTEMBER 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic that has forced more than half of the world’s population into restrictive lockdowns of varying degrees has also triggered sudden drops in greenhouse gas emissions and a…Read more
Publications: 22 SEPTEMBER 2020
Harrison Jalla & Ors v (1) Royal Dutch Shell Plc (2) Shell International Trading & Shipping Co Ltd (3) Shell Nigeria Exploration & Production Co Ltd  EWHC 2211 (TCC) Representative elements of a…Read more
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Very strong, very talented, very bright guys
Chambers 2017 (Climate Change)
The quality of the work is very high and they are able and competent lawyers.
Chambers UK 2016 (Environment)