Revision of Arbitral Awards - Chapter 3 - Post Award Issues: ASA Special Series No. 38

Nathalie Voser
Anya George
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32 pages
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PDF from "Post Award Issues: ASA Special Series No. 38"
December, 2011
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Nathalie VOSER is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution Group of Schellenberg Wittmer in Zurich, Switzerland where she heads the International Arbitration team. Her practice is focused on international arbitration and litigation. She often acts as counsel before arbitral tribunals and as an arbitrator (co-arbitrator and chairperson) and also regularly advises clients involved in complex multi-jurisdictional disputes. Moreover, she has special expertise in disputes relating to construction and civil engineering projects, mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures, international commodity sales and license agreements, and the automotive and pharmaceutical industries. In 1988, Nathalie Voser graduated summa cum laude and two years later was admitted to the bar in Switzerland. In 1992, she became a juris doctor with summa cum laude and earned an LL.M. from Columbia University (New York) in 1994 with honors. In 2005, she received the venia docendi for private law, conflicts of laws, and comparative law, and now regularly teaches courses in commercial arbitration and other areas of Swiss private law. Ms. Voser is the author of many publications on general commercial law and international arbitration and currently also serves as Member of the Draft Steering Committee for the revision of the ICC Rules.

Anya GEORGE is an Associate in the Dispute Resolution Group of Schellenberg Wittmer in Zurich, Switzerland, where she focuses on international arbitration, litigation and debt enforcement. She graduated from the University of Fribourg in 2005 with a bilingual (French/German) law degree and a specialization in European law. After receiving a master’s in international relations from the University of Cambridge in 2006, Ms. George worked as a trainee at the International Criminal Court in The Hague. Prior to being admitted to the bar in Zurich and joining Schellenberg Wittmer, she clerked with the District Court of Horgen, Switzerland.