Jonathon Egerton-Peters is a partner with Steptoe & Johnson, in their London office. He acts as an advocate and provides strategic advice in high-stakes, complex and international disputes for many of the world’s leading corporations, investors, entrepreneurs and sovereign states. He also acts as counsel in international arbitrations; litigation across numerous jurisdictions (including the UK, US, Cayman Islands, Bermuda and British Virgin Islands); tax controversies and disputes; contentious restructuring; and competition investigations and related follow-on litigation. His experience spans a significant range of industry sectors, including finance and banking, energy, shipping, retail, real estate, airline, tobacco, pharmaceuticals and telecommunications. Jonathon Egerton-Peters is co-editor of Arbitration World (published by Sweet & Maxwell), one of the leading texts in international arbitration, and he writes and lectures frequently on a range of legal topics. He is a former tutor in contract law and the English legal system at King’s College, London and Queen Mary, University of London.
Complexities in antitrust litigation UK updateGlobal Competition Litigation Review, Bill Batchelor, Kaweh Resasade and Jonathon Egerton-Peters, 2020, Volume 13, Issue 1