AmLaw Litigation Daily featured partner Rajat Rana in a Q&A to discuss his international arbitration (especially, investment arbitration) practice at Selendy Gay Elsberg. Rajat explores the wider international arbitration market and the benefits of bringing client-focused, trial lawyer approaches to his practice.
Weighing in on industry trends, Rana explains the benefits of working in a disputes-only, and essentially a conflict-free firm. He also describes the value of combining his commercial arbitration practice with trial expertise to fill a gap in the market, especially when dealing with bilateral investment treaties.
Rajat regularly advises individuals, multinational companies, and sovereign clients in resolving high-stakes, cutting-edge cases, with a track record of delivering successful resolutions before leading arbitral institutions worldwide, as well as federal and state courts in the United States. He is called upon to implement effective pre-litigation and pre-arbitration strategies and to then pursue aggressive defense in some of their most serious and sensitive matters. He also advises individuals and companies in commercial and investment treaty disputes around the world, including in matters with ICSID and its Additional Facility.