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Click here to enlarge.   Stephen R. JAGUSCH IAI Member   
Quinn Emanuel Urqhart & Sullivan
90 High Holborn
London WC1V 6LJ
United Kingdom
Tel: +44.20.76.53.2000
Fax: +44.20.76.53.2100
stephenjagusch@quinnemanuel.com
http://www.quinnemanuel.com

 
 
Languages   English
   
Nationality   New Zealand
   
Bar Admission   Barrister and Solicitor, New Zealand - 1990
Solicitor, England & Wales - 1995
   
Education   University of Auckland (BCom - 1989; LLB - 1989; MComLaw 1st class honours - 1994)
   
Experience  
as Arbitrator  
Chair, sole arbitrator or member of the tribunal in numerous international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc and under the aegis of the ICC, LCIA and ICSID
   
Experience  
as Counsel  
Numerous international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the Rules of the ICC, LCIA, ICSID, Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC), Hungarian Court of International Arbitration, AAA, NAI and DIS (mostly investment treaty, energy, distribution, telecoms and environmental matters)
   
Publications  
Relating to  
Arbitration  
• Co-editor, the Guide to Advocacy (GAR, 2016) (with P. Pinsolle)

• "Cross-Examination of Fact Witnesses: The Common Law Perspective," in the Guide to Advocacy 68 (S. Jagusch, P. Pinsolle eds., GAR, 2016)

• "Restructuring Investments to Achieve Investment Treaty Protection," in Building International Investment Law – The First 50 Years of ICSID 175 (M. Kinnear et al. eds., Kluwer, 2015)(with A.C. Sinclair and M. Wickramasooriya)

• "London," in Choice of Venue in International Arbitration (M. Ostrove, C. Salomon, B. Shifman eds., OUP, 2014) (with E. Triantafilou)

• The Limits of Protection for Investments and Investors under the Energy Charter Treaty, in Investment Arbitration and the Energy Charter Treaty 73 (C. Ribeiro ed., 2006)(with A. Sinclair)

• "Moral Damages in Investment Arbitration: Punitive Damages in Compensatory Clorhing?," 29(1) Arb. Int'l 45 (2013)(with T. Sebastian)
   
Other  
Connections  
with France  
Alternate Member (New Zealand), ICC Commission on International Arbitration; practiced in France (1995-2000)
   

 
   
 
 
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