Jeremy Sharpe is a partner in the International Arbitration and Public International Law practices.
He counsels private and sovereign clients on international dispute resolution, public international law, and international investment law and policy.
He has acted as counsel for disputing parties and non-disputing parties in more than 25 international investment disputes, and in numerous international commercial disputes, under the ICSID, UNCITRAL, ICC, LCIA, SCC, CRCICA, and Swiss Rules. His experience spans a range of industries, including construction, financial services, mining, nuclear, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, renewable energy, telecommunications, and transportation.
Jeremy Sharpe previously served as Chief of Investment Arbitration in the Office of the Legal Adviser of the U.S. Department of State, representing the United States in investor-State and State-to-State disputes arising under bilateral investment treaties and investment chapters of free trade agreements. In that capacity, he led a team that successfully defended the United States in over $2 billion in claims and advised on the negotiation of several major multilateral and bilateral investment treaties on behalf of the United States.