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Daniel Kalderimis is a partner in the dispute resolution team of Chapman Tripp and leads the firm’s international arbitration and trade law practice, which focuses on the Asia-Pacific region. He is admitted in New Zealand, New York and England and Wales (where he is a solicitor-advocate for civil matters).Daniel has particular expertise in cross-border dispute resolution. He is the only New Zealand firm practitioner listed in the International Who’s Who of Commercial Arbitration (which says he has "played an important role in New Zealand in terms of developing the sector") and the Euromoney Guide to Leading Experts in Commercial Arbitration. Chapman Tripp is the only New Zealand firm listed in Global Arbitration Review’s Top 100.Daniel has acted in UNCITRAL, ICSID, LCIA, SCC and ICC arbitrations and has recent experience as an international arbitrator. He is New Zealand’s representative to the ICC Commission and national correspondent to the United Nations for the two international instruments on which the country’s arbitration law is based. He is a member of the IBA Arb40 Steering Committee, the SIAC Users’ Council (and the SIAC Users Council’s Regional Committee for Australia and New Zealand), the LCIA Asia Pacific Users’ Council and the Editorial Board of the ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin. Daniel is co-author of a commentary on the ICSID Convention and Arbitration Rules and a contributing author to New Zealand’s foremost arbitration text, Williams & Kawharu on Arbitration.
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