In the News
Rogers Eyes Legislative Options to Deter Chinese Economic Espionage
April 3, 2013 — Inside U.S. Trade
Washington, D.C.-based counsel and member of the International Trade and International Dispute Resolutions groups, Josh Kallmer discusses how the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) review process of a transaction on the national security of the U.S. could allow for the added review of cyber economic espionage.
US Court Affirms Section 1782 Trend
November 21, 2008 — Global Arbitration Review
Crowell & Moring International Dispute Resolution Group co-chair and partner, Stuart H. Newberger is featured for his comments on section 1782 of the United States Code to secure evidence.
Challenges of Hall Street Associates, LLC v. Mattel Inc.
August 1, 2008 — International Arbitration Law Review, Vol. 11, Issue 3
Crowell & Moring London office counsel Jane Wessel and associate Claire Stockford, along with DC-based associate Peter J. Eyre, write about the challenges faced in the litigation case Hall Street Associates, LLC v. Mattel Inc. In this case, the United States Supreme Court held that the Federal Arbitration Act’s provisions containing grounds vacatur, modification, and correction of arbitration awards are exclusive and may not be expanded by the parties to an arbitration agreement.
Young-OGEMID Begins Trial Phase
June 27, 2008 — Global Arbitration Review
Crowell & Moring International Dispute Resolution Group associate Kassi D. Tallent was featured in Global Arbitration Review for launching a trial phase of "Young-OGEMID." OGEMID, the Oil Gas Energy Mining Infrastructure and Investment Disputes Group, is a restricted internet forum for practicing international arbitrators, mediators and negotiators. Young-OGEMID is for associates only, however PhD students with a particular interest in arbitration may be eligible. Thus far, there have been over 130 registrations since the forum became active on June 16, 2008.
Enforcement of New York Convention Arbitration Award
October 1, 2007 — International Arbitration Law Review, Vol. 10, Issue 5
Crowell & Moring London office counsel Jane Wessel writes about how a recent judgment by the Federal Appeals Court for the DC Circuit illustrates the important of the careful selection of an appropriate situs for international commercial arbitration, and the consequences of failing to draft an arbitration clause that is consistent with the arbitration law of the situs.
"US Discovery in Aid of Foreign or International Proceedings: The Rise of 28 USC, Sec. 1782"
June 30, 2007 — The Journal of the Dispute Resolution Section of the International Bar Association (also appeared in Transnational Dispute Management, September 2007)
Crowell & Moring counsel Jane Wessel and associate Peter J. Eyre write about the United States statute 28 USC, s 1782, which allows parties engaged in international disputes to obtain documents and testimonial evidence from companies or individuals in the US.
Using Experts in Arbitration
February/April 2007 — American Arbitration Association’s Dispute Resolution Journal, Vol. 62, 1
Chair of Crowell & Moring's Government Contracts Group George D. Ruttinger and counsel Joseph L. Meadows write about the opportunities to use and present expert evidence in arbitration cases vs. traditional litigation cases.
US Discovery in Aid of Non-US Arbitration Proceedings: In Re Matter of the Application of Oxus Gold PLC; In Re Application of Roz Trading LTD
February 1, 2007 — International Arbitration Law Review
Crowell & Moring London office counsel Jane Wessel and D.C. associate Peter J. Eyre write about the arbitration tribunals that qualify as "tribunals" under the U.S. statutory provision 28 U.S.C. s. 1782. This provision allows those involved in non-U.S. dispute resolution proceedings to seek discovery in the United States in aid of those proceedings.
Washington, DC - "The Capital’s Market"
September 2006 — Global Arbitration Review – Volume 1, Issue 4
Crowell & Moring’s International and Governmental Litigation/Arbitration practice is featured as the largest arbitration practice in Washington, DC.
Bottled up: Why Coke Stands Accused of Being Too Cosy With the Karimovs
June 16, 2006 — Financial Times (also appeared in the ABA Section of the International Law’s Russia/Eurasia Committee Newsletter, October 2006)
Crowell & Moring International Dispute Resolution Group co-chair Stuart H. Newberger is featured in the Financial Times for his comments on the international arbitration claim filed in Vienna, Austria on behalf of Crowell & Moring client ROZ Trading, Ltd., against a subsidiary of Coca-Cola and the Republic of Uzbekistan, its former partners in a soft-drink joint venture. The claim alleges that ROZ Trading, Ltd. was unlawfully excluded from the joint venture and had its shares unlawfully taken by the Uzbekistani Government -- and that the respondents continue to operate the joint venture today at great profit.