Christophe Dugué is a French qualified attorney, member of the Paris Bar since 1992 (Avocat au Barreau de Paris), who works in English and French as an independent counsel and arbitrator in international arbitration cases.
Christophe Dugué is an independent arbitrator and counsel based in Paris, France.Christophe Dugué has been practicing dispute resolution for over 30 years. After spending 20 years in leading international firms, including 17 years as a member of Shearman & Sterling international arbitration group in Paris (10 years as a Partner), he founded an international arbitration boutique firm before setting up his own practice.
With thirty years of practice in international commercial arbitration, Christophe Dugué has acted as lead counsel or served as arbitrator in over 100 international commercial arbitrations cases, governed by various institutional and ad hoc rules (including UNCITRAL), under numerous substantive laws, and with a variety of seats.
His expertise covers construction and civil engineering (including FIDIC), defence, distribution, energy and natural resources, financings, infrastructures, joint-ventures, M&A and shareholders disputes, and international commercial contracts. He also has experience in blockchain/crypto disputes resolution.
Christophe Dugué has been involved in a significant number of cases, with parties from all over the world, in disputes ranging from a few hundred thousand USD to several hundred million USD.
Whatever the amount at stake, any dispute is important for the parties and Christophe Dugué is as dedicated and strives at being as cost and time efficient in any of the cases in which he is involved.
Recent cases as arbitrator and as counsel include
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