Dianny Wahyudhi

Associate, Paris

Biography

Overview

Dianny Wahyudhi is an Associate in the International Arbitration Group in Paris.

Her practice spans international commercial and investment treaty arbitrations.

Prior to joining White & Case, Dianny worked for several years as a commercial and public law litigator at a leading New Zealand law firm.

As a commercial and public law litigator, Dianny was involved in complex contract litigation in various industries, including telecommunications and insurance. Her experience also includes appearing in domestic arbitrations in a long-standing and complex contract dispute against the New Zealand government.

Previously, Dianny gained experience in public international law and international arbitration in an international law firm in Paris.

Dianny is a member of White & Case's Business and Human Rights Interest Group, and is committed to pro bono work.

Bars and Courts
Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand
Education
Bachelor of Arts with Honours (First Class)
Victoria University of Wellington
Bachelor of Laws
Victoria University of Wellington
Bachelor of Arts
Political Science and French
Victoria University of Wellington
Languages
English
French
Indonesian

Experience

Representing a joint venture and its agent in statutory adjudications against a contractor under the Northern Territory of Australia Construction Contracts (Security of Payments) Act 2014 relating to disputes arising from a Contract for the Engineering, Procurement, Supply, Construction and Commissioning of onshore LNG facilities.

Representing and advising a leading European multinational telecommunication company in a shareholder dispute.

Representing a leading European buyer of gas in an arbitration under the Swedish Arbitration Act 1999 relating to a price revision under a long-term supply contract.

Advising a leading Middle-Eastern supplier of gas on a price revision under a long-term supply contract.

Representing a leading European buyer of gas in an UNCITRAL Rules arbitration relating to a price revision under a long-term supply contract.

Representing a European multinational gas company in two CIETAC arbitrations in relation to disputes arising from a hydrogen and steam supply contract.

Appearing as junior counsel to a pre-eminent New Zealand Queen’s Counsel in two private arbitrations against the New Zealand government concerning the interpretation and application of a fiscal mechanism in a Deed of Settlement.

Acting in New Zealand High Court proceedings for a major Australasian insurance company in a breach of contract claim against an international reinsurer concerning certain life insurance policies.

Acting in New Zealand High Court proceedings for a major Australasian telecommunication company in a breach of contract claim.