is a counsel in the International Litigation & Arbitration Department of Foley Hoag LLP and the chair of the firm’s United Nations Practice Group. In this capacity, she represents states, state-owned entities and individuals in international investment and commercial arbitration disputes and on public international law matters, as well as advising sovereign states on matters put before the United Nations and its bodies. She also serves as sole and co-arbitrator in international commercial disputes under the ICC, ICDR and UNCITRAL Rules.
Christina has particular experience on issues involving the Balkans, the Eastern Mediterranean, Europe, Southeast Asia, the Caucasus, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America. This experience extends to: investment treaty claims (ICSID, UNCITRAL); international commercial arbitration (ICC, AAA/ICDR, LCIA, UNCITRAL, Swiss Rules), with particular expertise in energy pricing disputes, shareholder disputes, offtake agreements and construction arbitration; international litigation; treaty drafting and interpretation; climate change; and international human rights law.
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