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Marc J Goldstein

Marc J Goldstein
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Since 2006, Marc Goldstein has served, on more than 100 occasions, as an arbitrator or mediator of complex international and domestic disputes, following a career in advocacy practice, at large international law firms focused on international arbitration and complex litigation. His dedication to international arbitration as a field of study and scholarship is reflected in many articles and reports published in Arbitration International, the American Review of International Arbitration, the Fordham International Law Journal and elsewhere. His most recent published article “A Glance Into History for the Emergency Arbitrator” appeared in the June 2017 issue of the Fordham International Law Journal as part of the collection of papers written by speaker participants in the 2016 Fordham Arbitration Conference. As creator and author since 2009 of Arbitration Commentaries, Mr Goldstein has contributed more than 170 essays on developments in international and US arbitration law and practice for a global readership.

As a mediator, Mr Goldstein is certified by the International Mediation Institute, is a member of Mediators Beyond Borders International, and is on the rosters of major ADR providers in the US and the state and federal courts in New York. In his advocacy career, he represented investors in arbitrations against states and state-owned entities before the Iran-US Claims Tribunal and in administered arbitrations under ICC and SIAC Rules. Mr Goldstein has also acted for US and foreign clients in dozens of arbitrations and litigations in sectors as diverse as pharmaceuticals, real estate, construction, franchising, securities, banking, and sports and entertainment. He is a member of the American Law Institute, American Bar Foundation, International Council on Commercial Arbitration, and the Toronto Commercial Arbitration Society. Additionally, he is a fellow of the College of Commercial Arbitrators and sits on the executive committees of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators New York branch and the New York State Bar dispute resolution section. Mr Goldstein’s arbitrator roster affiliations include the ICDR, AAA large and complex case panel, and five CPR distinguished panels of neutrals including its national and international panels.

Mr Goldstein graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law and from the University of Pennsylvania, was admitted to the Bar in New York in 1980, and led the international arbitration practices of two large New York firms between 1999 and 2007. He is a visiting lecturer in the ADR professional development program at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto and teaches in the Toronto Commercial Arbitration Society “Gold Standard” training course.

WWL says: Marc Goldstein is lauded by peers as far afield as China, Canada, the UAE and Portugal for his outstanding capability as an arbitrator.

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