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Daniel Wilmot is an Associate in the Dispute Resolution Group in London. His practice focuses on international arbitration, advising clients across a variety of geographies and sectors, with particular experience in the energy and technology industries.
Dan's experience includes arbitrations under the LCIA, ICC, UNCITRAL and LMAA rules, as well as ad-hoc arrangements. He also has experience of investment treaty arbitration, as well as litigation in the English Courts and other methods of alternative dispute resolution.
Dan is a fluent French speaker and a member of a number of professional associations, including the ICC Young Arbitrators' Forum and the LCIA Young International Arbitration Group. He also has an active interest in eDisclosure and related technologies.
Prior to joining White & Case, Dan spent 8 years at another international law firm in London.
Representing a major Japanese global software and systems contractor in a dispute with the UK Government in respect of claims and counterclaims arising out of the termination of a contract for the provision of an IT solution to the National Health Service.
Representing a Cameroonian downstream subsidiary of a West-African petroleum conglomerate in a dispute with a petroleum super-major in respect of claims arising out of a sale and purchase agreement and accompanying tax deed.
Representing a Scottish industrial manufacturer in a dispute with its former US agent in respect of claims arising out of an agency agreement concerning the Chinese wastewater market.
Advising a number of claimants in respect of claims against a Middle Eastern state arising out of an international bilateral investment treaty.
Advising a Qatari Sheikh in respect of claims against a global luxury car manufacturer arising out of a franchise agreement.
*Matters worked on prior to joining White & Case.