Oliver Browne is a partner in the London office and a Solicitor Advocate. Mr Browne has been an international arbitration specialist for a decade, and he has represented companies in proceedings conducted under the LCIA, ICC, UNCITRAL, DIAC, DIFC-LCIA and ICSID rules as well as on an ad hoc basis. Mr Browne also has considerable experience advising on arbitration related proceedings, and general commercial litigation, in the English High Court. Mr Browne's recent experience includes disputes in various industry sectors, including the power generation and distribution, energy, defence, media, retail and manufacturing, financial services and private equity sectors.
Mr Browne is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, a member of the LCIA's Young International Arbitration Group and a member of the LCIA and has lectured on various international arbitration related topics in Paris and London.
Selected recent publications include:
- London v Paris: Territorial Competition in International Commercial Arbitration  1 Int.A.L.R. 1.
- Dispute Resolution and Financial Transactions: Is Arbitration the Answer?, Bloomberg Law Reports, Securities Arbitration, Vol. 2, No. 9, October 2006 (with Philip Clifford)
- Finance Agreements: A Practical Approach to Options to Arbitrate, Global Arbitration Review, Vol. 1, Issue 6, 2007 (with Philip Clifford)
- Arbitration and Fraud: Convergence Between English and New York Law, Global Arbitration Review, Vol. 2, Issue 4, 2007 (with Philip Clifford and Marc Suskin)
- Lost at Sea or a Storm in a Teacup? Anti-Suit Injunctions After Allianz Spa (Formerly Riunione Adriatica Di Sicurta Spa) v West Tankers Inc,  Int.A.L.R. 19 (with Philip Clifford)
- England: Scope of Challenges Following an Alleged Error of Foreign Law,  4 Int.A.L.R. N-31 (with Philip Clifford)