United States Council for International Business, Minneapolis, Minnesota
U.S. Panel member, Expedited Arbitration Proceedings
University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, Michigan U.S.
U.S. and U.K. Practices in International Arbitration (with Paul Rose)
University of Michigan, Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.
Presentation: Researching While Outside of “Academia”
University of Michigan Law School, “U.S. (International) Arbitration”, Ann Arbor, Michigan U.S.
Guest-lectured in Prof. Allyn Kantor’s alternative dispute resolution course
XI American Bar Association / Russian Arbitration Association Conference, Moscow, Russia
Moderated panel on Tribunal Secretaries in International Arbitration
Financing, Structuring & Investing in Litigation Finance, NYC, New York U.S.
Panel member, “Regulation, Compliance and Ethical Considerations”
Skills and Cultures: The Road Ahead for International Arbitration, Atlanta International Arbitration Society Conference, Atlanta, Georgia U.S.
Panel member, “Americas Tertulia”, Cultural and Ethical Considerations
University of Michigan Law School, “International Human Rights Law”, Ann Arbor, Michigan U.S.
Lectured with Judge Bruno Simma on human rights in investor-state disputes
Financial Inclusion & Consumer Empowerment – US and EU Legislation & International Soft Law (Frankfurt School Verlag, 2015)
"The Commission's Priority: 'A Balanced and Progressive Trade Policy to Harness Globalization'" in Politicizing EU Policies - the Juncker Commission 2014 - 2019 edited by Robert Stuewe and Thomas Panayotopoulos. Nomos. (forthcoming 2020)
"International Arbitration in the U.S." in Handbook on U.S. Law edited by Kirk W. Junker. Hart Nomos Beck. (forthcoming, 2020)
"U.S. Immigration Law" in Handbook on U.S. Law edited by Kirk W. Junker. Hart Nomos Beck. (forthcoming, 2020)
"Besonderheiten des US-Einwanderungsrechts – Ein Blick von Innen." In US-Rechtspraxis, edited by Kirk W. Junker, 392-416. De Gruyter Praxishandbuch. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2017. (translated: U.S. Immigration Law for Foreign Lawyers in Handbook for U.S. Law (de Gruyter, 2017)
"Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit in den USA – Recht und Praxis." In US-Rechtspraxis, edited by Kirk W. Junker, 145-73. De Gruyter Praxishandbuch. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2017. (translated: International Commercial Arbitration – Intersections with U.S. Law in Handbook for U.S. Law (de Gruyter, 2017)
UNCITRAL arbitral tribunal, in unpublicized ruling, finds that Chinese BIT extends to Macao under “moving treaty frontiers” rule (IA Reporter July 21, 2014)
Arbitrators say China BIT allows them to determine if expropriation occurred, but MFN can't be used to broaden jurisdiction further (IA Reporter July 21, 2014) (with Luke Eric Peterson)
Annulment is not an appeal: ICSID ad hoc committee dismisses Paraguay's application to annul SGS v. Paraguay award (IA Reporter June 13, 2014)
Arbitrators see no deliberate "closing of eyes" by investors with respect to conduct by its local business partner (Minnotte & Lewis v. Poland) (IA Reporter June 6, 2014) (with Luke Eric Peterson)
Recourse to negotiating papers leads arbitrators to conclude that Indonesia intended to offer advance consent to arbitrate in its BIT with the UK (IA Reporter February 27, 2014)
Tribunal rules that Australia BIT does not express advance consent to arbitration; a dozen other Australian treaties are worded similarly (IA Reporter February 27, 2014) (with Luke Eric Peterson)
UNCITRAL tribunal makes "abuse of process" finding in face of belated move to take on foreign ownership in order to press claims against state (IA Reporter February 25, 2014) (with Luke Eric Peterson)
In now-available UNCITRAL award, tribunal chaired by Brigitte Stern says that MFN clause cannot be used to broaden jurisdiction of Germany-Bulgaria treaty (IA Reporter February 25, 2014) (with Luke Eric Peterson)
Bulgaria obtains enforcement of costs award; court dismisses investor's belated allegation of arbitrator bias due to issue-conflict (IA Reporter February 14, 2014) (with Luke Eric Peterson)
A Tale of Two Arbitration Courses – The Barbarians Live on the Other Side of the Rhine: My Experience with Two Arbitration Courses (International Bar Association, Student Committee News Page Featured Article, 2011)
Book Review (International Bar Association, Student Committee News Page, 2011) (compiled by Katherine Simpson)
Massachusetts v. EPA: Supreme Court Ruling Spurs Green Investment, 14 University of Baltimore Journal of Environmental Law 189 (Spring 2007)