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Samuel Moss

Samuel Moss
Firm:
Office:
35 Rue de la Mairie
1207
City:
Geneva
State:
Geneva
Country:
Switzerland
Tel:
+41 58 105 2000
Fax:
+ 41 58 105 2060

Biographies:

Who's Who Legal Arbitration: Future Leaders - Non-partners

Sam Moss is an associate at Lalive. He is trained in both civil and common law and specialises in international arbitration, both commercial and investor-state, with a particular emphasis on disputes in the construction and energy sectors. He has acted as counsel, sole arbitrator, and tribunal secretary in numerous international arbitrations conducted under the ICC Rules, the ICSID Convention, the Swiss Rules and the DIAC Rules.  He also advises clients on the drafting and negotiation of contracts, and on issues of public international law.

He is a member of numerous professional organisations, including the Swiss Arbitration Association and the IBA’s arbitration committee, and regularly speaks at conferences and publishes on arbitration issues. He is also a course mentor for an introductory e-learning course on investment treaty arbitration developed for the United Nations Institute for Training and Research.

Sam Moss is ranked in the 2015 and 2016 editions of Who’s Who Legal: Construction; the guide describes him as "a rising star [who] receives widespread praise from peers and clients.”

Prior to joining Lalive, Sam Moss was assistant legal counsel at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague (2006-2007), and served as a law clerk to a judge of the Quebec Court of Appeal (2005-2006). He holds a master’s degree in international law from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva (2007-2009), and joint common and civil law degrees (BCL/LLB (honours), with great distinction) from McGill University (2006), where he served as executive editor of the McGill Law Journal (2005-2006).

WWL says: Samuel Moss is regarded by clients as a "very impressive young lawyer who will go far".

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Arbitration which can be purchased from our Shop.

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Samuel Moss is trained in both civil and common law and specialises in international arbitration, both commercial and investor-state, with a particular emphasis on disputes in the construction and energy sectors. He has acted as counsel, sole arbitrator, and tribunal secretary in numerous international arbitrations conducted under the ICC Rules, the ICSID Convention, the Swiss Rules and the DIAC Rules, including several large disputes relating to construction and infrastructure projects around the world.

Recent engagements include acting as counsel for a Middle-Eastern State in several consolidated ICC arbitrations concerning a major transport infrastructure project with an amount in dispute of over US$170 million; acting for an Eastern European state-owned company against a southern European contractor in a US$65 million ICC arbitration concerning a large infrastructure project; and representing a major international engineering company in several arbitrations concerning power plant and refinery projects in Europe.

Samuel Moss also advises contractors and owners on non-contentious matters relating to construction and infrastructure projects, including the negotiation and drafting of construction contracts, and assists clients in mediation procedures.

Prior to joining Lalive, Samuel Moss was assistant legal counsel at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague (2006–2007) and served as a law clerk to a judge of the Quebec Court of Appeal (2005–2006). He holds a master’s degree in international law from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva (2007–2009), and joint common and civil law degrees (BCL/LLB (Honours), with great distinction) from McGill University (2006), where he served as executive editor of the McGill Law Journal (2005–2006).

He speaks English, French and German.

WWL says: Samuel Moss stands out for his expertise in both contentious and non-contentious complex construction-related matters, with a focus on arbitration.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Construction which can be purchased from our Shop.

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