Dianny Wahyudhi is an Associate in the International Arbitration Group in Paris.
Her practice spans international commercial and investment treaty arbitrations. She has particular experience in energy-related disputes.
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.
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.
Representing a leading Middle-Eastern supplier of gas in an ICC arbitration relating to 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.
"Climate Change Disputes Take Center Stage at Paris Arbitration Week (PAW)", White & Case Client Alert, 27 July 2020 (with Elizabeth Oger-Gross, Kirsten Odynski and Nika Larkimo)