Todd Wetmore will speak on the “Energy Market & Disputes in an Almost Post-Covid World” panel at the 11th Asia-Pacific ADR Virtual Conference as part of Seoul ADR Festival.

The panellists will explore disputes across the full spectrum of the energy industry, from traditional oil and gas projects to renewables and climate change, and the implications of ESG concerns. They will also look at investor-State disputes on climate issues, including “green” measures affecting investments in fossil fuels.

Leading experts around the world will gather virtually to discuss recent alternative dispute resolution (ADR) issues and share their insights with the theme, “Solidarity for Recovery: Resilience, Restoration, Recalibration”. The conference is hosted by KCAB International in association with The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), the Ministry of Justice Korea, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), and Seoul International Dispute Resolution Centre.

The event will take place from Wednesday 9 November and Thursday 10 November.

To find out more and to register, click here.


Todd, a partner in the Paris office, has over 25 years of experience handling some of the most challenging and complex commercial cases, appearing as counsel or arbitrator in over 60 major international arbitrations across a wide variety of sectors, including construction, energy, technology, manufacturing, mining, and commodities.

Chambers has noted that Todd “is highly rated by market observers” and that clients remark “his intellectual capability and client service are striking”, adding that he is “furiously bright, gets very deep into case details, and is very passionate about his work”. He is listed as a “Leading Individual” in International Arbitration by The Legal 500, where he is described as “tireless, very intelligent, and pragmatic”, also noting that “construction litigation has no secrets to him”. He is also recognised in Who’s Who Legal as a “Thought Leader” in arbitration, construction, and energy law.

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