New Zealand - Part R - Arbitration in Asia - 2nd Edition

Daniel Kalderimis
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44 pages
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September, 2019
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Daniel Kalderimis is a partner at Chapman Tripp and leads the firm’s international arbitration practice, focused on the Asia-Pacific region.  He is admitted in New Zealand, New York and England and Wales (where he is a solicitor-advocate for civil matters).  Mr. Kalderimis is New Zealand’s representative to the ICC Commission and national correspondent to the United Nations for the New York Convention and UNCITRAL Model Law.  He regularly acts as counsel in international arbitrations, and acted on the first bilateral investment treaty arbitration held in New Zealand.  He also regularly appears as a barrister and solicitor in significant commercial litigation before New Zealand courts.  Mr. Kalderimis has experience as an ICC arbitrator.  He is author of a guide to the ICSID Convention and Arbitration Rules; the New Zealand chapters for guides produced by the International Bar Association, Global Arbitration Review and World Arbitration Reporter; and a contributing author to New Zealand's leading arbitration textbook.  He graduated first in his year at Victoria University of Wellington (LLB Hons: first class, BA), and studied at Columbia Law School (LLM), where he received the Fulbright-Buddle Findlay Award and was an associate-in-law.  He previously worked in London as a senior associate in Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s international arbitration group.  Daniel Kalderimis is an adjunct lecturer at Victoria University of Wellington and a member of the LCIA, International Bar Association, International Law Association, American Society of International Law and Arbitrators’ and Mediators’ Institute of New Zealand.