Ted is a partner in Quinn Emanuel’s London office and Chair of the firm’s Energy Litigation practice. For nearly 25 years, he has conducted commercial litigation as lead partner in all of the higher English courts on disputes ranging from general contract and tort claims, to company law, public law, intellectual property, tax, and antitrust matters. He has also undertaken cases before the Tax Tribunal, the Copyright Tribunal in Select Committee of the House of Commons, and as counsel in numerous international arbitrations and expert determinations.
Although much of his work has been in the oil, gas, and power sectors (both UK and international), in which he has specialised since the 1980's, he has acted on numerous disputes relating to engineering and construction contracts and defects, media and product liability law, defence contracts, professional negligence, and accountancy disputes arising on completion accounts.
Ted has conducted international arbitrations involving oil, gas, power, and minerals contracts, and other assets in Africa, China, Europe, India, Indonesia, the Middle East, North America, South America, and the United Kingdom both as arbitrator and counsel.
He has been ranked as a leading practitioner by Chambers UK for over 20 years and is listed in Band 1 for Litigation and Energy and Natural Resources. Chambers UK 2013 states: “The “fantastic” Ted Greeno “is absolutely number one”“. He is also one of three litigation lawyers listed in the Chambers UK list of 100 leading business lawyers, which comments: “Ted exercises impeccable judgment, gets to the heart of the issue and explains it simply. Very easy to get along with and good at communicating with all levels of the organisation.”