On Thursday 17 May 2018, Can Yeginsu will be addressing delegates on investment treaty arbitration at the 4th Annual GAR Live BITs conference in Washington DC, hosted at the offices of Covington & Burling.
Mr Yeginsu will be addressing the topic of parallel criminal, civil and administrative proceedings in investment arbitration together with a panel of leaders in field consisting of Claudia Salomon (Latham & Watkins), Jonathan Blackman (Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton), Tariq Baloch (3 VB), and moderated by Jonathan Gimblett (Covington & Burling).
Described in Chambers and Partners as “fiercely clever but also a true team player; he knows arbitration inside out and is a very elegant and effective advocate…in a class of his own”, Can Yeginsu is currently acting as counsel in a number of investment treaty matters, including for investors against states in Central Europe and Eurasia. Mr Yeginsu continues to accept appointments as arbitrator, Who’s Who Legal (International Arbitration 2018) describing him as “very thorough and decisive as arbitrator.”
Mr Yeginsu teaches investment arbitration as Adjunct Professor in Law at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington DC and Koç University Law School in Istanbul. He is Partner Fellow at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge.
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