James Hosking is practicing in the areas of international commercial arbitration, investment arbitration and international litigation.
Mr. Hosking has been involved in ad hoc and institutional arbitrations conducted under the auspices of all the leading arbitral institutions. He has experience in international arbitration disputes in many sectors, especially energy, international finance, investment disputes, (re)insurance, licensing, telecommunications and corporate acquisitions. He has written and taught on arbitration issues, is former Co-Chair of the ICDR young practitioners' group and a delegate to the UN committee on the UNCITRAL Model Law. In November 2007, he was presented with a Distinguished Service Award from the American Arbitration Association.
Mr. Hosking also has experience as a litigator in state and federal courts in the US and has appeared in the courts of New Zealand and in the Privy Council (London), primarily focusing on international contracts, antitrust/competition law, insurance, IP and public international law.
Mr. Hosking has BA and LLB (with honors) degrees from the University of Auckland and an LLM from Harvard Law School. He is admitted to practice in New York and New Zealand.
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