TOP 5 INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION CASE STUDIES

/TOP 5 INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION CASE STUDIES

COLOMBIA, GERMANY, REPUBLIC OF CUBA AND U.S

Strategy: Leverage The Media, Both Here and Abroad |||| What do Boris Becker, the President of Colombia and AT&T all have in common? Don Hayden successfully leveraged the media in each of these high-profile cases to facilitate the best result for his client. He represented the President of Columbia, other government officials and the Colombian [...]

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PARALLEL ARBITRATION PROCEEDINGS IN MULTIPLE JURISDICTIONS

Strategy: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. We can best serve our clients when we advise on crafting the appropriate arbitration clause at the inception of the project or relationship with foreign contra-parties. Where we crafted a multi-tiered arbitration provision and the choice of law clause that were consistent across multiple [...]

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LONDON, FLORIDA, EUROPE, THE WORLD

Strategy: Let your early wins set the table for complete annihilation. A major broker/underwriter on the London Stock Exchange was sued in Florida state courts arising out of a failed IPO involving a major real estate and hospitality project in central Florida and claims by the plaintiffs of over $400 million in damages for securities [...]

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LATIN AMERICA & U.S.

Strategy: Sometimes winning on a procedural point can be just as devastating as a substantive point. Banco do Brasil, one of the premier financial institution in Latin America, was faced with a U.S. lawsuit by an international construction company, Mendes Junior International Company, seeking more than $800 million in damages arising out of construction performance [...]

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GERMANY, CHINA AND SOUTHEASTERN U.S.

Strategy: Contain the damage. What was initially seen as a minor issue involving a batch of drywall manufactured by a large German building materials manufacturer at its plants in China that had found its way into new home construction in the southeastern U.S. led to a four-year engagement with Don Hayden as lead counsel for [...]

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