In today’s globalized world, individuals, businesses and governments increasingly interact with each other across national boundaries. On occasion, such interactions result in disputes that are addressed in international arbitration forums. We contribute our economic expertise, industry experience, and multi-national staff to the resolution of commercial and investment treaty disputes.
Econ One experts are highly trained in economics, finance, and statistics. We have many years of experience in adversarial proceedings–which are often extremely complex and carry high stakes. Our analyses have covered competition and antitrust issues, regulatory issues, intellectual property disputes, business valuation, as well as contract and other commercial disputes. We have been asked to opine on liability issues, measure economic damages, and comment on the analyses proffered by other experts. Our goal is to explain economic theory, analyses and conclusions in straightforward terms easily understood by clients, attorneys, and arbitrators–both when writing expert reports and when providing oral testimony. We make sure our work is grounded soundly in the facts of the
case and can stand rigorous scrutiny by the opposing side’s experts.
Our experts have decades of experience in a wide variety of industries that are often the subject of international disputes including agriculture; construction materials; health care and pharmaceuticals; infrastructure; finance and banking; metals; oil, natural gas, and electricity; telecommunications; and transportation.
Our staff includes people from all over the world including Armenia, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Nepal, South Korea, Spain, and Thailand. We strongly believe that having a multi-national staff allows us to offer better service to our clients–including the ability to review source materials in the languages in which they were written, and interview relevant people in their own languages. Perhaps most importantly, our multi-national staff allows us to bring our clients a deeper understanding of how business, economics and institutions work in different parts of the world.
We have done work in the following Forums:
International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID)
United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL)
Inter-American Commercial Arbitration Commission (IACAC)