James Rogers joined the London office in 2008 and relocated to the Hong Kong office in autumn 2011. Previously, James worked in the Tokyo and London offices of a leading international law firm, where his practice was also primarily focused on international arbitration.
James has represented clients in a wide variety of matters involving projects and investments in, and parties from, numerous jurisdictions across North America, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and particularly Asia. He has represented clients in many of the major arbitral centres of the world and is familiar with the arbitration rules of all the leading arbitration institutions, including the ICC, LCIA, SCC, DIAC, CIETAC and HKIAC arbitration rules. His experience extends across a broad range of industry sectors and includes commercial, technology, M&A, licensing and joint venture disputes, with particular experience of energy and construction sector disputes. Recent experience includes a number of disputes involving the alleged misappropriation of technology in Asia.
- 1999 - LL.B., University of Otago, New Zealand
- 1999 - BComm, Commerce, University of Otago, New Zealand