Jessica Thomas

Taylor Wessing

Collaborateur senior

Jessica Thomas

Jessica specialises in large-scale commercial litigation and arbitration.  She advises on complex international disputes across a range of industry sectors, including financial services, natural resources, media and telecommunications and aviation.

She has extensive experience of representing clients in commercially and politically sensitive matters.  Her cases involve civil fraud, shareholder actions and joint venture disputes concerning interests located in a variety of jurisdictions including Central Asia, Eastern Europe and off-shore such as the BVI.  She also has experience in high value professional negligence disputes involving members of the legal and accounting profession.

As a trainee solicitor, Jessica worked on secondment to Mercedes Benz UK Ltd as well as HCA International, a leading private healthcare provider.  She is a fluent French speaker and, prior to commencing her training in London, worked in the corporate team of the Paris-based law firm August Debouzy.

Jessica is particularly interested in the emerging body of climate change litigation.  She writes extensively on the latest trends and cases, with a view to understanding the future risks these might pose to businesses.

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Actualités et publications récentes

Résolution des litiges

European parliament calls for EU to exit the Energy Charter Treaty

6 décembre 2022

par plusieurs auteurs

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Résolution des litiges

Four EU Member States announce exit from ECT in pursuit of their climate change agendas

25 octobre 2022

par Jessica Thomas et Karel Daele

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Résolution des litiges

EU Commission interprets CETA's investment protection provisions to advance its climate change agenda

11 octobre 2022

par Jessica Thomas et Karel Daele

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Résolution des litiges

The modernisation of the Energy Charter Treaty: how far does it really go?

20 septembre 2022
Briefing

par Jessica Thomas et Karel Daele

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