About Daniel Schimmel

Daniel Schimmel is a Partner in Foley Hoag's International Litigation and Arbitration Department, resident in the New York office. He leads the international arbitration and litigation practice of Foley Hoag’s New York office. His practice covers international commercial arbitration, international litigation, international investigations, trade sanctions & export controls, intellectual property litigation, patent, trade secrets and related rights litigation and pro bono work. Daniel has served as President, Sole Arbitrator, Co-Arbitrator, Emergency Arbitrator, and counsel in many international arbitrations. These arbitrations involved a broad range of contracts and transactions, including mergers and acquisitions and joint venture projects, distribution and various licensing agreements, such as patent licensing agreements, construction and infrastructure projects, and arbitrations arising from compliance investigations and international corruption investigations under the FCPA and UK Bribery Act. He frequently serves as arbitrator in arbitrations administered by the ICC, ICDR, and AAA. Daniel represents major companies in international arbitration and litigation, including major European groups, such as Orange SA, Air France, Alcatel-Lucent, Credit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank, and Caceis. Daniel was ranked in Chambers and Partners 2017 and 2018 and was recognised as a Foreign expert for France. He is a Board Member of the New York International Arbitration Center (NYIAC), Member of the International Arbitration Club of New York, Member of the ICDR panel of international arbitrators, Member of AAA’s Commercial Panel of Arbitrators, Member of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Commission on Arbitration, Member of the ICC Task Force on Production of Electronic Documents in Arbitration, Member of the ICC Task Force on Financial Institutions and International Arbitration, Member of Paris Place de Droit among others. He has published extensively and frequently speaks at major conferences and events on topics involving international disputes, including major conferences in New York and Paris.

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