Josephine Kaiding focuses on international arbitration and dispute resolution in connection with construction and engineering projects in the global energy and infrastructure sectors.
Josephine has acted on arbitrations under a variety of arbitral rules, including Abu Dhabi Commercial Conciliation and Arbitration Centre (ADCCAC), Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC), International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), Dubai International Financial Center-LCIA (DIFC-LCIA), Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) and Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC). She also has experience with procedural laws of a number of countries including England, Stockholm, Singapore, Switzerland, Kazakhstan and the United Arab Emirates.
Josephine’s expertise includes issues relating to liquidated damages, variations, non-conformance reports, concurrent delay and design obligations. She regularly advises on the instruction of technical experts and matters relating to performance bonds (including the URDG 758 and injunctions to restrain bond calls in a number of jurisdictions).
Global Arbitration Review, The Guide to Construction Arbitration, 3rd edition (2019), Comparative Approaches to Concurrent Delay
L.P.C., BPP Law School, England 2015; LL.M., University of Cambridge, 2014; LL.B., University of Durham, England, 2013.
Languages: Swedish (native), English, Italian, Arabic (basic)