Bradley’s Energy International Arbitration team consists of a unique mix of U.S. and international lawyers and former intelligence and business professionals with a proven track record of resolving complicated matters favorably for our clients. The team is highly experienced in the legal, contractual, financial, communication, and security issues that are critical to successfully navigating today's international business environment.  We offer a competitive edge in challenging markets by providing multidimensional analysis, enterprise risk management, and incisive advice and by assisting clients in mitigating their risk, resolving disputes, realizing value, and capitalizing on strategic opportunities.

As our clients encounter disputes arising out of complex energy projects or transactions, we help clients identify potential risks, assess the strength of their positions early, and execute strategies to avoid or mitigate those risks. We offer a full range of dispute resolution experience and guide clients through every stage of the dispute process. Our energy team is deeply familiar with and experienced in several dispute forums, having arbitrated cases before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), International Center for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), Singapore Arbitration Centre (SIAC), and China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission.

We have represented domestic, international, and multinational clients in over 40 countries on energy-related infrastructure, construction and engineering projects,  and have advised clients on EPC contract matters, claims resolution, multi-jurisdictional asset recovery and enforcement actions, investment disputes, technology contracts, and government concessions. Much of our international practice focuses on renewable energy projects, including solar, wind, hydroelectric, and battery storage projects.