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Q&A with Graham Coop

Premium article - 01 April 2007

Graham Coop is general counsel of the Energy Charter Secretariat. Here he discusses its role, including the tracking of investor-state arbitrations under the ECT. He and colleagues explain how the charter’s constituency may enlarge

Q&A with Meg Kinnear

Premium article - 01 February 2007

Meg Kinnear has a unique role ‘marketing’ international arbitration to Canadians. She also takes a lead role in the country’s own appearances in international arbitration, thanks to her day job as senior general counsel and director general of Canada’s Trade Law Bureau. David Vascott met Canada’s Ms Arbitration

CORPORATE COUNSEL: Dean Marchant Moesser

Premium article - 01 December 2006

Name: Dean Marchant MoesserAge: 46Company: Duke EnergyTitle: Associate general counsel – litigation

Interview with Ulf Franke

Premium article - 01 December 2006

Ulf Franke is the first – and so far only – secretary general of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. Julius Cavendish asks him about the changes he’s seen and his plans for the future

CORPORATE COUNSEL: Francois-Philippe Champagne, ABB, Zurich

Premium article - 01 November 2006

Name: François-Philippe Champagne Age: 36Company: ABB, ZurichTitle: group vice president and senior counsel

CORPORATE COUNSEL, Linda Hoon Siew Kin

Premium article - 01 August 2006

Name: Linda Hoon Siew Kin Age: 44Company: MarshTitle: Senior vice president, chief compliance officer and regional counsel, Asia region

Q&A with Margrete Stevens

Premium article - 01 August 2006

Margrete Stevens is acting lead counsel at the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes in Washington, DC. James Clasper put some readers’ questions to her

Corporate Counsel: Karl Hennessee, Airbus SAS

Premium article - 01 June 2006

NAME: Karl HennesseeCOMPANY: Airbus SASTITLE: Senior legal counsel, director of litigation & regulatory affairs

Corporate Counsel interview - Adrian Lumley-Smith, Rio Tinto

Premium article - 01 June 2006

British mining company Rio Tinto recently experienced a rather parochial form of international arbitration in Ecuador. David Samuels asked in-house counsel Adrian Lumley-Smith if he had advice for others, following the experience.

Q&A with Adrian Winstanley

Premium article - 01 April 2006

Adrian Winstanley is director general of the London Court of International Arbitration. James Clasper put some readers’ questions to him

CORPORATE COUNSEL, Charles A Beach

Premium article - 01 February 2006

Charles A BeachCompany: Exxon Mobil Corporation Title: Coordinator, corporate litigation Age: 60