Artis Straupenieks is an associate in the International arbitration practice.
International arbitrations on which Artis Straupenieks has worked include the representation of:
- A heavy equipment supplier and contractor in relation to a highly complex construction arbitration, related local litigation and a number of delay, disruption, defects and other disputes arising out of two fossil fuel construction megaprojects in Africa with claims and counterclaims of over $2 billion. The law of the country of the projects applies.
- An Asian contractor and its subsidiary, Claimants in parallel HKIAC arbitration proceedings in Hong Kong against an owner company. The dispute arose from an EPC contract and related contracts for the construction of a power plant in the Philippines. Philippines law applied.
- An Independent Power Producer (IPPs) in a Central Asian State in an ICC arbitration in Singapore against two State-owned entities of a Central Asian State. The dispute arose from Power Purchase Agreements and was governed by English law.
- Two Independent Power Producers (IPPs) in a Central Asian State, Claimants in an ICC arbitration in Singapore against a State-owned entity of that State. The dispute arose from Power Purchase Agreements and was governed by English law.
Georgetown University Law Center
University of Geneva - Switzerland
LL.M. in International Dispute Settlement
University of Latvia