The United States Perspective and Practice of Advocacy - Chapter 22 - The Art of Advocacy in International Arbitration - 2nd Edition

Raymond Doak Bishop
James H. Carter
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PDF from "The Art of Advocacy in International Arbitration - 2nd Edition"
May, 2010
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Doak Bishop is a Litigation Partner and a member of King & Spalding’s Latin American Practice Group. Mr. Bishop has over 27 years experience focusing on international arbitration and litigation of oil and gas, energy, construction, and environmental disputes. He has developed a national reputation for his experience in international arbitration, serving both as an arbitrator and counsel in large business disputes. Mr. Bishop is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Mr. Bishop presently serves as Vice Chairman of the Institute of Transnational Arbitration (1990-present) and as a member of the U.S. delegation to the NAFTA Advisory Committee on Private Commercial Disputes. He has previously served as Chairman of the Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas and Co-Chair of the American Bar Association International Litigation Committee. His experience in litigation and arbitration includes: international litigation and arbitration; oil & gas and energy disputes; construction disputes; environmental disputes; high technology disputes. Mr. Bishop received his B.A. degree with high honors and departmental distinction from Southern Methodist University in 1973, and his J.D. degree with honors from The University of Texas in 1976 where he served as Research Editor of the Texas Law Review.

James H. Carter is a Partner in the New York office of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and co-coordinator of its International Arbitration practice, in which he is active as counsel and as an arbitrator.  He is a graduate of Yale College and Yale Law School, attended Cambridge University as a Fulbright Scholar and served as law clerk to Hon. Robert P. Anderson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.