Massachusetts - Chapter 10 - Interim Measures in the United States in Aid of Arbitration

Daniel Schimmel
Shrutih Tewarie
Christopher Modlish
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18 pages
July, 2022
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Christopher Modlish is an Assistant Attorney General in the Energy and Telecommunications Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. His practice is primarily focused on proceedings before the Massachusetts Department of  Public Utilities. Prior to joining the Attorney General’s Office, he was an associate in Foley Hoag’s Litigation Department, where he worked on general litigation matters, complex commercial disputes, and white collar crime and government investigations.

Daniel Schimmel is a partner in Foley Hoag's International Litigation and Arbitration Department, resident in New York. He leads the international arbitration and litigation practice of Foley Hoag’s New York office. Mr. Schimmel has served as Chair, Sole Arbitrator, Co-Arbitrator, Emergency Arbitrator, Appellate Arbitrator, and counsel in international arbitrations arising from a broad range of contracts and transactions, including construction and infrastructure projects, patent license agreements, joint development agreements, mergers and acquisitions, shareholders’ agreements, joint venture agreements, business consulting agreements, distribution agreements, services agreements, licensing agreements, management agreements, and employment agreements of key executives.

Shrutih Tewarie focuses her practice at Foaley Hoag on U.S. and international disputes, investigations, and compliance. Ms. Tewarie represents international and national companies in a variety of litigation matters, including breaches of contract, business torts, intellectual property disputes, products liability cases, and class action matters. She also represents foreign sovereign governments and their instrumentalities in U.S. court litigation and international arbitration, including in investment treaty disputes before international tribunals