About Annie Pan
Annie is a Senior Associate in the firm’s international arbitration practice in London.
Annie practices investment treaty and commercial arbitration, with a particular focus on emerging market disputes and damages issues. She has acted in disputes under the ICSID, ICSID Additional Facility, UNCITRAL, LCIA and ICC Rules, and worked with clients covering a range of sectors, including energy, telecoms, mining, infrastructure, shipping and agriculture. Since 2019, she has taught a seminar on cross examination at ESADE.
Annie has also spent time in the firm’s Washington, DC and Singapore offices.
- Akfel Commodities in its ICSID arbitration against Turkey relating to its investment in the Turkish natural gas and energy sector;
- GPIX in its UNCITRAL arbitration against India relating to its investment in an Indian airport ground handling business;
- Deutsche Telekom in its UNCITRAL arbitration against India relating to the expropriation of its investment in a satellite-terrestrial hybrid communications business;
- Anglo American in its ICSID Additional Facility arbitration against Venezuela relating to its investment in a ferronickel mining and processing project in Venezuela;
- Vestey Group in its ICSID arbitration (and subsequent annulment proceedings) against Venezuela relating to the expropriation of its cattle farming business in Venezuela, which resulted in a US$98 million award in favour of the investor;
- The Latin American subsidiaries of an international mining company in a multi-party commercial arbitration under the ICC Rules arising out of their interests in and contractual dealings with a joint venture in a coal railway operation;
- A shareholder in a Southern African mining project in a London-seated English law-governed commercial arbitration under the ICC Rules arising out of certain dealings between the shareholder and his joint venture partner; and
- A Latin American shipping company and its subsidiary in two parallel London-seated and English law-governed commercial arbitrations under the LCIA Rules arising out of their interest in a joint venture company in the bulk chartering business.
- BSc Economics (London School of Economics)
- Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course (BPP Law School)
- Solicitor (England and Wales)
- English, Spanish and Mandarin