Joseph Campbell is an associate in the International Arbitration practice.
He focuses on construction and engineering disputes, and has advised and represented multinational clients in ad hoc and institutional arbitrations seated in London, Paris, Geneva, Stockholm and Singapore.
International arbitrations on which Joseph Campbell has worked include the representation of:
- Two international construction contractors as Respondents in an ICC arbitration in London initiated by a Middle Eastern State-owned company. The dispute concerns the development of a world-class medical facility in the Middle East. The law of the Claimant’s State applies. Over $3.7 billion is at stake.
- A French-German consortium in an ICC arbitration in Stockholm against a Finnish utility company. The dispute arises from an agreement for the construction of a nuclear power plant in Finland. Finnish law governs. Over €6.1 billion is at stake.
- An international contractor consortium in an ICC arbitration against a Middle Eastern State. The dispute arises from a contract for the construction of a major infrastructure project in the Middle East. The law of the Respondent State applies. Close to $1 billion is at stake.
- A prominent French global fashion label as Claimant in an ad hoc arbitration in Singapore against an Asian textile company. The dispute arose in connection with trademark registrations in breach of an agreement between the parties and misrepresentations by the Respondent in a great number of national trademark proceedings. Singapore law applied.
- Two Asian oil and gas companies as Respondents in ad hoc arbitrations seated in London and Geneva. The disputes arose in connection with a sale and purchase agreement and a joint operating agreement concerning an oil exploration and exploitation project in North Africa. One dispute was governed by English law and the other by Sudanese law. Approximately $100 million was in dispute.
Université de Moncton
- New Brunswick (Canada)
- Solicitor, England and Wales
- Member, Young ICCA
- Member, Young Canadian Arbitration Practitioners