Eugenie Robichaux Rogers

Eugenie Robichaux Rogers

Baker McKenzie, Partner

Dallas, Texas

Eugenie Rogers is a partner in Baker McKenzie’s Dallas office who handles primarily international disputes. She has substantial experience representing clients in complex cross- border disputes, including international commercial arbitration and business litigation, with particular emphasis on high-value cases centered in Europe and the Middle East, in the construction, engineering, transportation, and energy sectors. Clients describe Eugenie as “super-smart and tenacious” (Legal 500 US, 2022) and "exceptionally capable at quickly grasping and articulating complex engineering and contract topics" (Chambers USA, 2022), and note that she "consistently provides sound advice that is collaborative and takes into account legal and commercial objectives" (Legal 500 US, 2021). Another client testimonial states: "Eugenie is highly intelligent and quickly gets to the crux of matters. She’s creative, persistent, has a strong pen and is verbally very persuasive" (Chambers USA, 2022). Eugenie is part of Baker McKenzie’s globally-ranked international arbitration practice and an active member of the Firm’s Women in Arbitration group. Eugenie also serves as a regional representative of the ICC’s Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) in North America for its 2021–2023 mandate. She has been recognized annually (2016–2022) by Texas Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in business litigation and is a frequent speaker on issues relating to international arbitration. Eugenie has extensive experience representing clients in international arbitrations governed by the rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), and the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC), and domestic arbitrations under the American Arbitration Association (AAA), International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR), and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration rules. She acts for and against states and state bodies, with particular experience in the energy sector and large infrastructure projects. She also advises clients in relation to investment treaties and public international law issues. Eugenie has first- and second-chaired multiple multimillion-dollar international arbitrations from inception through merits hearing and enforcement actions. Eugenie supports clients across a broad range of industries including EPC construction and engineering services, energy, financial services, healthcare, retail and hospitality. She is a co-leader of the Firm’s energy arbitration initiatives globally and of its energy, mining, and infrastructure industry group in North America. In addition to international and domestic arbitrations, Eugenie’s experience also includes litigating cases and appeals in US federal and state courts. She is licensed in both Texas and Florida.

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