Jan Hendrik Dalhuisen
Rua Castilho 201, 3d Esq
General Counsel Gulf Oil Eastern Hemisphere (Europe Africa and Middle East) 1981/84; Secretary General International Primary Market Association (1984/86) (IPMA, the trade organization of the underwriting banks in the international capital markets, now ICMA); Executive Director IBJ (now Mizuho) International London 1986/96
LCIA, ICC, ICSID
Sole arbitrator in approximately thirty cases, wing arbitrator in a substantial number of international cases, chairman in two international case, one ICSID review case, leading counsel in two major international case
Major works: Dalhuisen on International Insolvency and Bankruptcy (Matthew Bender New York, six editions between 1979–1986; Dalhuisen on International Commercial Financial and Trade Law (Hart Publishing Oxford, 3nd ed. 2007). Many law review articles and smaller contributions, most recent ones: “What could the Selection by the Parties of English Law in a Civil Law Contract in Commerce and Finance Truly Mean”,
Festschrift Tom Bingham (2009); “Custom and its Revival in Transnational Private Law”, 18 Duke J Comp and Intn´l Law, 339 (2008); “Legal Orders and Their Manifestation: The Operation of the International Commercial and Financial Legal Order and its Lex Mercatoria”, 24 Berkeley Journal of International Law, 129–191 (2006); “The Case for an International Commercial Court” Festschrift Horn, 893–907 (2006)).