Nathaniel is an associate in the London office. He has experience acting in international commercial and investment treaty arbitrations conducted under institutional and ad hoc arbitration rules, particularly regarding disputes in the construction and insurance sectors.  He has also represented clients in high value and complex commercial litigation.

His recent experience includes: representing a Middle Eastern state in defending an ICSID investment treaty arbitration claim from a contractor for denial of justice and breach of the effective means standard; representing a Jordanian construction company in obtaining an anti-suit injunction restraining domestic court proceedings brought against it in breach of an arbitration agreement; and representing a pharmaceutical manufacturer in an ad hoc commercial arbitration claim it brought against its insurer for withholding proceeds due under a Bermuda Form insurance policy.

Prior to joining Three Crowns was based at another international law firm, where he trained, in their London and Paris offices.  Nathaniel read Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Warwick University.