International Corporate/Arbitration/Trade Law
International arbitration addresses disputes between parties located in different countries. The disputes are often considered under foreign law, and typically involve cross-border commercial disputes. Arbitration is a means of resolving the dispute outside of the courts, where the parties agree to be bound by the decision of one or more neutral parties.
International trade lawyers focus on applying domestic law to international trade and on treaty-based international law governing trade. Clients may be U.S. companies doing business abroad or foreign business operating in the U.S.
- Description of International Arbitration practice (Chambers Associate)
- Description of International Trade practice (Chambers Associate)
- American Society of International Law (ASIL), Dispute Resolution Interest Group
- DC Bar, International Law Section
- Customs and International Trade Bar Association (CITBA)