Foley Hoag Partner Daniel Schimmel to Participate in Panel Discussion on Arbitrating with States and State-Owned Enterprises
April 8, 2016
Foley Hoag Partner Daniel Schimmel will participate in a panel discussion, “Arbitrating with States and State-Owned Enterprises,” on Friday, April 8, 2016 in New York.
During the program, Schimmel and fellow panelists will discuss arbitrating with and on behalf of States and State-owned enterprises. Topics of discussions will include claimants’ pre-arbitration considerations in cases against State respondents; unique tools available to State respondents in treaty arbitration; immunity of execution on the assets of States and State-Owned Enterprises; and the evolution of investor-State dispute settlement.
Schimmel leads the International Arbitration and Litigation Practice of Foley Hoag’s New York office. He represents clients, including major French and other European groups in international commercial litigation in the United States and international corruption investigations. He has served as Chair, Sole Arbitrator, Co-Arbitrator, and counsel in international arbitrations arising from a broad range of contracts and transactions.
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