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"Charles is an outstanding lawyer."
International Arbitration - UK
Foreign Expert for United Arab Emirates
Dispute Resolution: International Arbitration UK - Foreign Expertise in United Arab Emirates
Charles Buderi has a strong reputation for his public international law practice, which includes significant focus on investor treaty arbitrations. He has wide-ranging experience in the Middle East and is admitted to practice in Dubai.
Public International Law - Global Market Leaders
Charles Buderi is widely recognised for his specialist knowledge in advising clients on public international law matters concerning the Middle Eastern region. He has extensive experience representing states before the International Court of Justice and in proceedings held by international organisations.
London - Public International Law
Charles Buderi’s expertise includes international arbitration proceedings involving states, as well as acting for governments in contentious and non-contentious matters, which concern sovereignty, treaty and diplomatic issues.
Public International Law (Global-wide)
Charles Buderi's highly rated practice encompasses a range of PIL matters, including issues of sovereignty, investor-state disputes and boundary and human rights disputes. Splitting his time between London and Dubai, he is held in high esteem for his expertise in matters relating to the Middle East.
On the non-contentious side, Charles L. O. Buderi is experienced in advising governments on sovereignty, treaty and diplomatic issues, as well as on other public international law matters.
Charles Buderi is a well-respected PIL specialist with deep knowledge of sovereignty, boundary and human rights issues and notable expertise in Middle Eastern disputes. One impressed interviewee commented: "His advice is always technically precise, practical and timely," adding: "He is an accomplished international lawyer with a superb grasp of regional politics and history."
Public International Law (Global-wide)
Charles Buderi wins recognition for his adept handling of PIL disputes, including sovereignty and Law of the Sea matters. Sources enthuse: "He is technically excellent, responsive and acutely aware of the political context in which international law questions arise. He operates on an intellectual level, but does not neglect the practical advice that we need." Buderi splits his time between Dubai and London.
Commercial Disputes - Arbitration
Public International Law
Energy (Oil & Gas)
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