Dan Bodle > Dentons > London, England > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Litigation and Arbitration


Dan specialises in international arbitration for clients in both the energy and construction sectors and technology, media and telecoms sectors. He has wide experience of commercial disputes in these sectors, often relating to issues arising in Africa, the Middle East and Asia. He also advises clients on major projects prior to the commencement of formal proceedings in a strategic risk management role and regularly advises on non-contentious matters on the dispute resolution and liability provisions of a contract.


Joined Dentons as trainee lawyer in 2000, partner 2015.


Solicitor, Senior Courts of England and Wales


University of Sheffield (LLB 1999).

Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > International arbitration

With ‘strength in depth when it comes to international arbitration‘, Dentons‘ London practice has considerable energy and construction disputes expertise. It is also active in post-M&A and shareholder disputes, as well as major investment treaty claims. Leading the international arbitration practice in the UK,  Liz Tout is particularly expert in large energy-related commercial arbitrations; Dan Bodle has ‘a first-rate legal brain‘; James Langley regularly acts in disputes involving parties from the Middle East or Africa; and Dominic Pellew is a CIS-related arbitration specialist. Counsel Matthew Vinall is ‘hugely experienced‘, while Catherine Gilfedder is ‘among the London market’s strongest senior associates‘.

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