Ruzin Dagli

Associate | London

Ruzin is a dual-qualified (Turkey and England & Wales) associate in the litigation and arbitration team.

Having previously practised in Paris and Istanbul, she has particular expertise in international arbitration, commercial litigation and both private and public international law.

In her international arbitration practice, Ruzin represents individuals, companies, States and State-owned entities in international disputes conducted under LCIA, ICC, DIAC, SCC, UNCITRAL and ICSID rules across a variety of sectors, including construction, energy, infrastructure, technology, pharmaceuticals and textiles. Ruzin also advises States on public international law matters such as the application of treaties, dispute resolution issues relating to international trade and investment, human rights and sovereign immunity.

In her commercial litigation practice, Ruzin advises both individuals and companies before the English High Court in complex shareholder disputes, disputes involving family businesses, debt collection and insolvency issues and litigation ancillary to arbitration proceedings including international enforcement of awards. Ruzin has appeared before the Turkish courts as an advocate in a range of commercial disputes and enforcement actions.

Secretary Soursdey Kheng

Track record

Admissions

Publications

Memberships

Talks

Advising a State in a high-profile State-to-State dispute involving treaty interpretation issues including human rights, international investment and trade

Representing a company in High Court proceedings in relation to disputes arising out of a complex family business

Representing a Turkish company in ad hoc arbitration proceedings conducted under the Arbitration Act 1996 in relation to breach of contract claims in the pharmaceutical sector

England and Wales, 2016

Turkey, 2012

‘Cuba libre - but with investment protection’, Global Arbitration Review - November 2015, co-author.

‘Fairness and the Final Word: State Responsibility for Court Action in Investment Arbitration’, Turkish Commercial Law Review - June 2016, co-author

Istanbul Bar Association

American Society of International Law (ASIL)

ASIL, Investor-State Dispute Settlement Reforms Working Group

British Turkish Lawyers Association

British Chamber of Commerce, Turkey

Dispute Resolution in Civil and Common Law Jurisdictions, New York Law School, International ADR Arbitration Bootcamp, IALS London

Interim measures in international arbitration, ICC YAF, Istanbul

Importance of the seat in international arbitration, ELE, Istanbul

Education


Languages


  • English
  • French
  • Turkish

Dates


Joined

2015

London

20 Old Bailey,

London,

EC4M 7AN

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