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About Henry

Henry specialises in international commercial dispute resolution, with a particular focus on both “wet” and “dry” shipping issues. He has experience representing shipowners, P&I Clubs, commodity traders, brokers and logistics companies. He has worked on disputes arising from collisions, groundings, cargo contamination, charter parties, bills of lading, pipeline and other offshore installations and commodity supply contracts.

Henry has represented clients in both English High Court proceedings and international arbitration under LMAA and LCIA rules. During his training contract, Henry was seconded to the firm’s Geneva office where he worked on a broad range of commodity disputes including Taurus Petroleum Limited v State Oil Marketing Company of the Ministry of Oil, Republic of Iraq [2017] UKSC 64 before the Supreme Court. The case dealt with the situs of a debt owed under a letter of credit. He also spent time in the firm’s transactional shipping and contentious insurance teams.

Henry is qualified in England and Wales.