NEW YORK — Michael A. Fernandez will introduce a hybrid panel at the New York International Arbitration Center titled, “Sovereign Issues in International Arbitration: A Retrospective On Recent Developments And Predictions For Future Trends” at NYIAC in residence at JAMS (620 8th Ave, 16th Floor) on Wednesday, July 20, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. EDT.

The panel will discuss recent developments and predictions on future trends regarding sovereign issues in international arbitration. Topics will include the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision regarding Section 1782 discovery, Chile’s upcoming Constitutional Convention, the political tumult in Peru, and more.

Michael’s practice is focused on complex commercial litigation, international arbitration, and regulatory compliance issues. Fluent in Spanish and Portuguese, he has experience representing foreign and domestic companies and individuals involved in arbitrations, litigations, and with investigations in the U.S., as well as parties to international commercial and investment treaty arbitrations conducted under the major international rules including UNCITRAL, ICSID, and ICDR.

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