Climate policies and investment: Implications for disputes
Climate-related claims look set to increase in both litigation and arbitration contexts, and legislative and regulatory changes are creating more grounds for...
Laura Sochat is an associate principal in the Energy Practice at CRA. Laura is an economist with over 10 years of experience.
Her experience includes providing consultancy services to clients in the energy industry, in the context of international arbitration proceedings and litigation, damages estimations, economic and financial modelling, and economic analysis in the context of regulatory issues. Laura has extensive experience leading teams through the review and presentation of evidence, gathering and analysing of complex datasets, and expert report development.
In addition to her experience in the energy industry, Laura also has experience in the competition, telecoms, and banking sectors.
Prior to joining CRA, Laura worked at another consultancy, where she was part of both the competition and quantitative finance practices. Prior to that, Laura was a Teaching Fellow for the Economics department at the University of Warwick.
Laura speaks English (fluent) and French (native).