Simon Camilleri is Of Counsel in Quinn Emanuel’s London office. He joined the firm in 2020. Simon’s practice focuses on high value and multi-jurisdictional commercial disputes. Simon has substantial experience of cases brought under the LCIA arbitration rules, as well as before the English Court. These cases have involved a range of matters, but very often involve allegations of dishonesty/fraud. He is experienced in the full range of injunctive relief often applied for in support of or resisted as part of such claims.
Prior to joining Quinn Emanuel, Simon trained and worked at a large global law firm, before spending six years at an international law firm headquartered in New York. Simon studied Law at King’s College, University of London, before going on to read for the Bachelor of Civil Laws at St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford. Simon is the author of numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals focusing on the conflict of laws.
- Representing a corporate client in LCIA arbitration proceedings in relation to a dispute with an insolvent counterparty and the recovery of funds advanced to that counterparty.
- Representing an energy company in LCIA arbitration proceedings in relation to a substantial claim for repudiatory breach of two interlinked contracts.
- Representing a special purpose vehicle in ICC arbitration proceeds for breach of a contract entered into to participate in a public tender.
- Representing a high net worth individual in claims brought against him and companies associated with him in LCIA arbitration proceedings by a Russian financial institution for failure to pay monies advanced under a series of interlinked contracts.
- Advising a major shipping company on options to enforce an arbitration award issued under the LMAA Terms against a recalcitrant middle eastern debtor.
- BPP Law School Higher Courts
(Civil Advocacy, 2019)
- University of Oxford (St Edmund Hall)
(Bachelor of Civil Laws, 2011)
- BPP Law School
(Legal Practice Course, Distinction, 2010)
- University of London (King’s College)
(Laws LLB Hons, First Class, 2009)
- Solicitor, England and Wales
- Higher Rights (Civil)
- Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson:
- Associate, 2014 – 2020
- Associate, 2014 – 2020
- Reed Smith LLP:
- Associate, 2013 – 2014
- ‘Between rags and riches: rethinking security for costs in international commercial arbitration’ (2021) 37 Arbitration International 851-862
- Anti-suit injunctions after Brexit | Jus Mundi Blog
- ‘Foreign restructurings and English law debts: the limits to cross-border assistance’ (with Fred Hobson, Brick Court Chambers) (2019) BJIB & FL 34(3), 167-169
- ‘Court dismisses Azerbaijan foreign representative’s application for permanent moratorium (Bakhshiyeva v Sberbank and others)’ LexisNexis
- ‘Amendments to Statements of Case: Learning the Hard Way’ (2017) 36 CJQ 297
- ‘The Enforcement of Judgments at Common Law: Submission and Abuse of Process’ (2016) 22 JIML 351
- ‘Anti-suit injunctions en el régimen de Bruselas I: ¿una cuestión de principios?’ (2014) VII(2) Arbitraje 421
- ‘Recital 12 of the Brussels I Regulation: A New Hope?’ (2013) 62(4) ICLQ 899
- ‘Third Parties and Arbitration Agreements’  LMCLQ 304
- ‘A purposive approach to ‘Modified Universalism’: CA favours a single system of distribution in cross-border insolvencies (with Kate Davies) (2013) 7 JIBFL 453
- ‘Article 23: Formal Validity, Material Validity or Both?’ (2011) 7(2) J. Priv. Int. L 297
- ‘The Front Comor – The End of Arbitration as We Know It?’ (2010) 6(1) CSLR 214
- English Loopholes and Russian Bankruptcies’, Invited to present at the Russian Arbitration Day, August 2020
- ‘Anti-suit injunctions under the Brussels Regime: a matter of principle(s)?’ presented at the VIII International Seminar on Private International Law in Madrid, 2014