The international arbitration practice at Hoguet Newman Regal & Kenney, LLP is uniquely positioned to provide representation and advice to domestic and international clients in all aspects of the international arbitration and dispute resolution process.
Our international arbitration practice includes investor-state arbitrations, under bilateral or multilateral investment treaties, and private commercial and corporate disputes. We have been involved in a wide variety of international arbitrations, both in an ad hoc setting, employing the UNCITRAL Rules, and with many of the leading international arbitration institutional forums, including the AAA/ICDR, the International Chamber of Commerce, in Paris (ICC), the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC), JAMS’ International Arbitration section, and with the World Bank’s International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). The firm advises domestic and international clients on the drafting of dispute resolution clauses in contracts, and in both pre- and post-arbitration negotiations, alternative dispute resolution, litigation and enforcement proceedings.
Recent client representations and engagements include:
- Winning an international arbitration award of full damages and 90% of fees and costs on behalf of a foreign asset management company against a financial institution;
- Serving as counsel in an ongoing $400 million bilateral investment treaty arbitration between a mining company and an Eastern European state.
- Serving as counsel in an ongoing $150 million ICC investor-state arbitration between a U.S. corporation and an African state;
- Serving as counsel in an ongoing ICC arbitration concerning an airport project in the United States.