John A. Trenor is an international dispute resolution lawyer with almost 25 years of experience in international arbitration and cross-border disputes. Mr. Trenor represents clients in international arbitrations sited around the world, in disputes governed by both civil law and common law, as well as public international law and international investment law. He has advised clients regarding commercial, investor-state and state-to-state arbitrations under virtually all of the major institutional as well as ad hoc rules, including ICC, LCIA, AAA, SCC, VIAC, UNCITRAL, ICSID, UNCITRAL and others. Mr. Trenor has represented companies, States, State-owned entities, international organizations and individuals in a wide variety of disputes in the aviation, defense, energy, financial services, pharmaceuticals, technology, telecommunications and other industries. He has significant experience in a range of oil and gas disputes and gas price review arbitrations in particular.
He is the author of "Gas Price Disputes Under Long-Term Gas Sales and Purchase Agreements," in D. Schwartz, The Energy Regulation and Markets Review (Law Business Research 7th ed. 2018). He is the co-editor and author of Contractual Performance and COVID-19: An In-Depth Comparative Law Analysis (Wolters Kluwer 2020). He is the editor and author of the book The Guide to Damages in International Arbitration (Global Arbitration Review 3d ed. 2018). He has also published on a variety of other international topics.