Ulrich has a particular focus on complex, international and high value litigation, often relating to complex financial products, as well as contentious restructuring and insolvency matters. He also has considerable experience in international arbitrations having advised on multi-party and multi-jurisdictional arbitrations conducted before the ICC and the LCIA, as well as ad hoc arbitrations. He has advised on numerous cross border, multi-million and multi-billion US dollar disputes across Europe, the Middle East, the USA and Russia. He has also conducted regulatory and ad hoc investigations for banks and other financial/international corporate institutions.
Prior to joining Ogier in 2015, Ulrich was a partner in Kirkland & Ellis’ Litigation and International Arbitration practice. Having previously spent a number of years as part of the financial disputes teams at Simmons & Simmons and Hogan Lovells, he has represented leading investment banks, hedge funds and other financial institutions, as well as major multinational corporations and insolvency practitioners in a variety of UK and cross-border matters.
Ulrich obtained his LLB from Durham University in 1999 and went on to complete his LPC at the College of Law, Guilford in 2000.
Ulrich is acknowledged and recommended by Legal 500.
2016 - British Virgin Islands
2015 - Cayman Islands
2002 - England and Wales (non practising)