Recent Work
  • A Hong Kong based metal dealer in a matter involving several purchase agreements before the Singapore International Arbitration Centre.
  • A Canadian shipping company in arbitration proceedings before the LMAA in respect of the cancellation of several dry bulk ship building projects in China.
  • UNCITRAL (AMAC Rules) ad hoc arbitration matter as co-arbitrator - the parties were a US based seller of minerals and a Malaysian based purchaser. The matter related to the purchase and shipment of iron ore cargoes from Sept Iles.
  • A Quebec based company in an arbitration under the United Nations Commission of International Trade law rules in a series of arbitrations against two Australian companies for approximately C$45M relating to a distributorship agreement.
  • Nine entities in three arbitration proceedings conducted under the International Chamber of Commerce. The proceedings are brought against a German manufacturer in connection with latent defects potentially affecting 265 wind energy converters installed at four different projects in the province of Quebec.
  • The Canadian client and UK counsel in three London (LMAA) arbitration matters arising out of the cancellation of three tanker shipbuilding contracts with a Chinese shipyard. We negotiated the shipbuilding contracts, managed the cancellations and instructed/assisted UK counsel in the preparation and conduct of the arbitrations.
  • A claim relating to the decommissioning of a power plant and the cancellation of a supply and service contract – acted as sole arbitrator.
  • A sovereign state, the Dominican Republic, and a public body, the Dominican Institute of Civil Aviation, as claimants, in a dispute with a Spanish supplier over an infrastructure project located in Latin America.
  • Independent power producers in arbitration proceedings related to the renewal terms of sales agreements to a public utilities company.
  • A Canadian supplier against the state of Bolivia in UNCITRAL arbitration proceedings related to the supply of security equipment and services for an international airport.
  • An ICC arbitration in a licensing dispute between a Turkish-based claimant and a US-based respondent – acted as sole arbitrator.