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Tunde Oyewole represents investors, developers, States and corporations in post-M&A, corporate shareholder, foreign investment and intellectual property disputes in a number of sectors, including energy and power, infrastructure, telecommunications and natural resources. He is admitted to both the New York and Paris Bars, and he is fluent in English, French and Portuguese. He has been recognized as a “key lawyer” by Legal 500 and as a Future Leader in Arbitration by Who’s Who Legal.
Trained in both common law and civil law, Tunde has acted in arbitrations involving both English- and French-speaking African countries. He also has extensive experience advising on disputes in the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. He has represented clients before tribunals constituted under all the major arbitral rules, including the ICC, SCC, CRCICA, LCIA, SCAI, ICSID and UNCITRAL rules of arbitration.
Tunde was previously a member of the international arbitration team in the Paris office of a global US law firm, where he practiced for 10 years. Prior to that, he worked as an associate at a leading UK law firm in Paris.
He frequently publishes articles and is invited to speak on issues such as the role of international arbitration in the development of the rule of law in developing countries. Recently he published an article on “Early-Stage Investments and the ‘Modern’ DCF Method” in The Guide to Damages in International Arbitration (4th edition, Law Business Research, 2021).