Frederico Singarajah

Frederico Singarajah

Frederico Singarajah is a specialist in international trade and investment disputes.  He practiced law as a solicitor and in-house lawyer before being called to the bar.  As a native Brazilian he speaks Portuguese (and Spanish), is often involved in Latin American, Iberian and Lusophone disputes and is able to provide quick advice without the need for translations or interpreters.  He is specifically sought out for his unique expertise by English, International and foreign firms as well as third-party funders and government.




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Website: hardwicke.co.uk

Articles and Video:

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Virtual Hearings (Part 1) (07/08/20)
This article provides guidance for virtually conducting oral hearings for arbitration processes with the COVID-19 crisis having diminished face-to-face meetings and having forced the legal profession to adapt. Five concerns are identified 1) Hearing platform, 2) Document presentation, 3) Confidentiality and security, 4) Witness examination, and 5) Advocacy.

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Virtual Hearings (Part 2) (07/08/20)
This two part article provides guidance for virtually conducting oral hearings for arbitration processes, focusing on five considerations: 1) Hearing platform, 2) Document presentation, 3) Confidentiality and security, 4) Witness examination, 5) Advocacy. Part 1 provided an analysis of the first two, and this article (Part 2) analyzes the final three.