Ana Reyes and Jonathan Landy have co-authored the United States jurisdictional Q&A chapter in the 2021 LexisNexis Dispute Resolution Law Guide. The Guide provides a comprehensive review and analysis of dispute resolution practices around the world, addressing topics such as civil proceedings, governing law, alternative dispute resolution, and proposals for reform. Ana and Jon’s chapter delves into the various legal structures and procedures that are specific to the United States.
Ana Reyes Co-Chairs the firm’s International Disputes practice group and is a member of its Executive Committee. She has been named by The Legal 500 as a "Next Generation Lawyer" in International Disputes (2020) and by Benchmark Litigation as a "Local Litigation Star" in both International Arbitration (2019-2021) and Products Liability (2020-2021). In 2017, Ana was named as the D.C. Women’s Bar Association’s Woman Lawyer of the Year in recognition of her international litigation practice and for her efforts in representing the rights of those seeking asylum in the United States.
Jon Landy, Co-Chair of the firm’s International Disputes practice, 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.
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