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Philip Dunham has concentrated his practice on international arbitration since 1992, having worked in London and then Paris. His principal activity has been acting as counsel in numerous international disputes, whether ad hoc (including under the UNCITRAL Rules), or under the rules of the ICC, the LCIA, the SCC, or the ICSID. He has particular experience advising on construction cases, as well as engineering, joint venture, oil and gas, energy, and military procurement disputes in respect of which he has regularly acted for or against state entities. He has also served as arbitrator in several significant arbitrations. Mr Dunham is a regular speaker at various conferences and seminars on international arbitration in Europe, Asia and the United States. He has also published numerous articles on international arbitration.
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