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Emilie Brammer


Emilie specialises in commercial litigation, advising on a broad range of disputes for corporate clients, entrepreneurs and high net worth individuals.



Emilie advises on a broad range of commercial disputes including breaches of contract, breaches of warranty (and other disputes arising out of corporate transactions), misrepresentation and professional negligence.

Her work often has an international element and she has experience of arbitration before a number of arbitral institutions as well as of High Court litigation and dispute mitigation, resolving disputes through mediation and negotiated settlement.

Emilie also has experience advising on contractual disputes arising in the international trade sector, assisting clients with disputes occurring at various stages of the supply chain process. Having gained experience advising clients in this sector - often with a particular geographical focus on the Singapore and Japanese markets - Emilie has completed an international secondment in Singapore where she worked on a range of multi-jurisdictional matters with an emphasis on commercial disputes arising in the energy, offshore oil and gas sector.

Emilie is a keen advocate of the firm’s commitment to responsible business initiatives, offering ad hoc voluntary assistance to the European Lawyers in Lesvos having undertaken a two week secondment with the charity, providing legal assistance to refugees and asylum seekers in Greece. Emilie also previously volunteered at Toynbee Hall (a charitable institution tackling poverty in the East End of London) for four years, providing free legal advice to members of the public.

Emilie is admitted to practise in England and Wales.


  • Advising a multinational software company on breach of warranty claims arising out of a share purchase agreement and related matters occurring in concurrent proceedings in other jurisdictions.
  • Advising Bahraini clients on the enforcement of a significant High Court judgment relating to the siphoning of partnership assets.
  • Acting on a range of LMAA arbitrations for example for clients with a multi-million pound claim arising out of a super-yacht construction contract as well as for Japanese shipowners impacted by a major fire incident in South Africa.
  • Advising clients on matters arising before other arbitral bodies including a global equipment supplier engaged in DIAC arbitration and a Bahrain based medical facility looking to pursue LCIA arbitration.
  • Working alongside Norwegian counsel to advise on large scale pleadings due to be filed in the Norwegian Court in a dispute for a major global marine and offshore engineering group arising out of an offshore construction contract.
  • Advising a major Dutch construction company on a time sensitive dispute arising out of difficulties encountered in an ongoing subsea cable installation project.
  • Advising on and successfully settling a professional negligence claim brought by trustees of a significant family settlement against a leading clearing bank.

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