Tunde Oyewole represents investors, developers, states and companies in arbitrations under all the major arbitral rules including the ICC, SCC, CRCICA, LCIA, ICSID as well as in ad hoc arbitrations under the UNCITRAL rules.
His extensive international experience includes disputes involving countries in the Americas (Brazil, Chile, Peru, Venezuela and Canada), the Middle East and North Africa (U.A.E., Bahrain, Egypt, Israel, Kuwait, Algeria and Morocco), Asia (China, India and Japan), and Europe (France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the Ukraine).
Tunde has represented clients in post-M&A, corporate shareholder, foreign investment and intellectual property disputes in a number of sectors - nuclear medical technology, engineering and infrastructure, telecommunications and satellite financing, power and energy including renewables, mining, cement, real estate, and insurance.
Tunde is a Member of the New York and Paris Bars and is fluent in English, French and Portuguese. He frequently publishes articles looking at such issues as the role of international arbitration in the development of the rule of law in developing countries, and is asked to present on arbitration matters, most recently discussing Early-Stage Investments and the “Modern” DCF Method in The Guide to Damages in International Arbitration (4th edition, Law Business Research 2021).