June 2015 – The International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) was established almost twenty years ago as the international arm of the American Arbitration Association (AAA). In this article, “ICDR arbitration–the lawyers’ perspective” (published by LexisPSL), Aníbal Sabater, international arbitration specialist and partner at Chaffetz Lindsey in New York, and Edward Kehoe, co-head of King & Spalding’s international arbitration practice, also in New York, share their experiences of ICDR arbitration.
Aníbal is an international arbitration specialist with over 17 years of experience, representing clients from around the world and industries as diverse as construction, energy, mining, shipping, technology, and telecommunications, in arbitrations under all major international arbitration rules, including AAA/ICDR, ICC, LCIA, and UNCITRAL. He has also acted in several investment arbitration cases under the UNCITRAL Rules and the ICSID Convention/Rules, as well as in commercial disputes involving states and state-owned entities. Licensed in several US jurisdictions, England and Wales (solicitor), and Spain, Aníbal has represented clients in disputes governed by the laws of more than 20 nations across Latin America, North America, Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East.