Peter D. Rosher
9 place Vendôme
Paris 75038 Cedex 1
Associate, White & Case, Paris, 1992-1995
Board Member Paris, Home of International Arbitration; CIArb; IBA; LCIA; Association Française de l’Arbitrage; member International Arbitration Institute; Union Internationale des Avocats; Law Society of England and Wales; British Institute of International and Comparative Law
Has been appointed arbitrator by the ICC, the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC), LCIA, The Danish Institute of Arbitration and the Central Chamber of Commerce of Finland, including party appointments under various rules and ad hoc proceedings
Over 100 international arbitrations as counsel (ICC, LCIA, ICSID, ad hoc, Stockholm Institute of Arbitration) including: Advising in a significant ICC arbitration concerning claims arising under a construction contract of an innovative sophisticated technological system; Acting for a
Russian state-owned company defending claims for wrongful termination of contract. Approximate value: US$1billion; Acting for a telecom operator in an investment treaty arbitration and an ICC arbitration arising out of the loss of a GSM licence. Approximate value: US $1 billion; Acting on behalf of the Republic of Senegal in an ICSID arbitration concerning the alleged termination of a network operating licence granted by the Republic of Senegal to a telecoms operator; Counsel for an employer in a US$130M engineering dispute (construction of a process plant in Italy – oil industry), UNCITRAL Arbitration, Geneva (concerned an integrated gasification combined cycle power plant – 540MW); Counsel for a state-owned enterprise in a joint venture dispute concerning exploitation of oil fields in Lithuania, ICC Arbitration, Copenhagen;
Arbitrator (party appointed, sole) in ICC and ad hoc arbitrations.
The Application and Scope of Attorney-Client Privilege in International Arbitration (Stockholm International Arbitration Review – 2007; Legal Privilege et confidentialité des communications avocat-client en matière
d’arbitrage international – vers une possible harmonisation ? (Les Cahiers de l’arbitrage – 2007; Les clauses de résolution de litiges optionnelles (with Jérôme Barbet – Revue de l’Arbitrage – 2010); L’estoppel à la française (LesCahiers de l’arbitrage – 2011).