Williams & Connolly Senior Counsel John Buckley, Partner Jonathan Landy, and Associate Benjamin Graham have co-authored the United States chapter of the latest edition of the Chambers International Arbitration Global Practice Guide. The guide covers 60 jurisdictions and contains the most recent legal information on the impact of COVID-19, arbitral tribunals, challenges to jurisdiction, preliminary and interim relief, evidence collection and submission, confidentiality, types of remedies, enforcement and review of awards, class actions, and third-party funding.
Senior Counsel John Buckley is the founder and former head of the firm’s international arbitration practice group. His practice focuses on domestic and international commercial arbitration and investor-state arbitration. John has been lead counsel in cases administered under the AAA/ICDR, ICC, ICSID and HKIAC rules. He also serves as arbitrator, frequently as chair, in domestic and international disputes.
Jonathan Landy, Co-Chair of the firm’s International Disputes Practice Group, focuses his practice on international and domestic arbitrations. He has experience before many of the world’s leading arbitral institutions in matters that have spanned a range of jurisdictional law and subject matter, including an increasing emphasis in recent years on patent-licensing disputes.
Benjamin Graham is an associate at Williams & Connolly and focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation and international arbitration. Ben’s experience includes both investor-state and commercial arbitration before the major institutions (ICC, HKIAC, SCC, etc.)
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