Ana Stanič advises states, international institutions and energy companies in the fields of energy, dispute resolution, EU and international law. She founded E&A Law in 2007 following 12 years of working across government and major legal firms. She has been based in London since 1998, but has always operated internationally and is multilingual.
In energy Ana advises on high-level strategic questions, with experience in fields such as maritime border disputes, oil and gas resources straddling boundaries, concession agreements to construct large energy infrastructure projects, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, privatisations, and host-government agreements to build pipelines. She also advises on EU law, particularly in energy, environment and state aid, and how it relates to international law. She has appeared in the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Ana regularly acts as counsel in investment treaty and commercial arbitrations including gas price review arbitrations under ICC, VIAC, SCC, LCIA, UNCITRAL and ICSID Rules. In recent years she has been appointed as an arbitrator in energy disputes. She is listed as an arbitrator by a number of international institutions including CIETEC and is a member of the ICC Arbitration Group for CEE Region.