Daniel Purisch is a senior associate in the International Arbitration practice.
His experience includes international arbitrations under ICC and UNCITRAL Rules, as well as arbitration-related proceedings before U.S. Courts.
International arbitrations on which Daniel Purisch has worked include the representation of:
- Cairn Energy PLC in a UNCITRAL arbitration against the Republic of India. The claims were brought under the U.K.-India bilateral investment treaty. The dispute related to retrospective tax measures adopted by the Indian Government. Over $5.5 billion was at stake.
- A Middle Eastern business man in an ICC arbitration in Geneva related to the dissolution of a long-standing family partnership. The law of a Gulf State applies. Billions of dollars are at stake.
- Thirteen financial investment companies and two individuals, Claimants in an ICC arbitration in Paris against a major European telecommunications company. The dispute related to the breach of a settlement agreement that was previously entered into by the parties in relation to multiple claims brought in several litigation proceedings. Brazilian law applied. Over $15 billion was at stake.
- Tata Sons Ltd., as award debtor, in proceedings brought before U.S. courts by Japanese telecoms company NTT DoCoMo to seek enforcement of a $1.17 billion award rendered in an LCIA arbitration.
LL.M. (specialization in International Law)
Harvard Law School
University of Southern California
- President Peter Tomka, International Court of Justice
- United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York