ICC Appoints Timothy Lindsay as Court Member for New Zealand

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21 June 2017

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Lowndes Jordan partner Timothy Lindsay has been appointed as an alternate member for New Zealand of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).

Tim, a partner in the firms’ arbitration and commercial litigation practice, has been appointed to serve from 1 July 2017 for a three year term. New members of the Court were appointed during a recent meeting of the ICC’s supreme governing body, the World Council, in Nairobi. For a full list of new members, click here.

Commenting on his appointment, Tim said: "It is an honour and privilege to be appointed as an alternate member for New Zealand to the International Court of Arbitration of the ICC. The ICC – the world's largest business organisation – plays a critical leadership role internationally in promoting the use of neutral, fair and effective dispute resolution. I look forward to working with my fellow Court members to ensure both the ICC and arbitration continue to be best-in-class and meet the needs of user globally.”

Tim has been recognised by international directories including Chambers, Legal 500, Who’s Who, Global Arbitration Review, Euromoney and SuperLawyers as a leading international arbitration and public international lawyer. He has been referred to as “respected for his experience in both commercial and investment treaty disputes”, “a first class practitioner who combines great charm and skill with extraordinary tenacity”, a “rising star”, a “future leader”, and, importantly to Tim, “totally committed” to his clients. Tim has appeared as counsel in some of the most significant international disputes in recent times before the world’s leading arbitration institutions.

Tim has held important leadership roles in the dispute resolution field internationally, regularly speaks on and teaches dispute resolution topics, and provides training courses for in-house counsel teams on effective dispute resolution planning. Prior to returning to Lowndes Jordan in 2016 he was a partner at Dechert LLP in London, where we was London head of its international arbitration group (see more info here).

POSTED BY Lowndes Jordan
21 June 2017

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