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Lizzie Mude is a commercial disputes lawyer with broad experience acting for large corporations and high net worth individuals on multijurisdictional litigation and arbitration matters. She has advised on disputes across a range of subject matters, including civil fraud, contentious insolvency, corporate investigations, and shareholder disputes. She has also been a team member advising on a number of arbitrations within the information technology and construction sectors.

Lizzie's recent experience includes advising an ultra high net worth individual on a US$50 million fraud and asset tracing matter in which worldwide freezing orders, search orders, and asset disclosure orders were obtained; acting for a respondent to a freezing order in defending substantive proceedings; advising several shareholders in a multinational conglomerate on a dispute arising from their exit from a corporate group; advising an international private equity fund on a contractual dispute with an investee company in the context of an ICC arbitration; and advising an energy company in defending claims relating to the construction of a power plant.


  • Sumitomo Heavy Industries invests $46 million into Highview PowerJones Day advised Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd., a technology leader in industrial machinery and environmental and power technologies, in its $46 million investment into Highview Power, a global leader in long-duration energy storage solutions.
  • Avanti Communications recovers more than $20 million award against Indonesian MoDJones Day successfully obtained an expedited arbitral award of more than $20 million on behalf of Avanti Communications Group PLC in London LCIA proceedings brought against the Indonesian Ministry of Defence.
  • Private equity investor resolves dispute relating to substantial investments in a regulated pensions business in AfricaJones Day acted for a private equity investor in a dispute under a subscription and noteholder agreement (and associated documents) relating to substantial investments in a regulated pensions business in Africa.
  • Sheikh Abdulrahman Khalid bin Mahfouz secures committal order in culmination of €35 million asset tracing litigationJones Day successfully represented Sheikh Abdulrahman Khalid bin Mahfouz and his family in proceedings against Mr. Muhaned Farid Mahmoud El-Rashid.
  • Infrastructure fund seeks advice on internal investigation relating to portfolio companyJones Day advised a substantial infrastructure fund on an internal investigation relating to a portfolio company.
  • Antirion SGR acquires 50 percent interest in Principal PlaceJones Day advised Antirion SGR S.p.A. in its acquisition of a 50 percent interest in Principal Place Commercial Limited, a Luxembourg resident SPV wholly owned by Brookfield Property Partners.
  • Convoy Global Holdings invests in Series D financing round by Nutmeg Savings and Investment LimitedJones Day acted for Convoy Global Holdings Limited on their initial investment of £24 million ($29.9 million) of Series D Convertible Preferred Stock in a private placement by Nutmeg Savings and Investment Limited.
  • Airwave's scheme of arrangement restructures £1.8 billion of debt to facilitate completion of £817.5 million sale of Airwave to MotorolaJones Day acted for Guardian Digital Communications Holdings Limited, Guardian Digital Communications Limited and Airwave Solutions Limited (the "Group") (subsidiaries of Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund 2) in connection with the sale of Airwave Solutions to Motorola for £817.5 million.
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