Questions at the Intersection of Business & Human Rights
James Hargrove is a member of the Orrick's International Arbitration Practice Group based in Geneva, and also with an office in London, where he spends a significant part of his time. James represents clients in numerous arbitrations relating to banking and financial services, real estate, construction, aviation, shipping, trade and commodities, energy, telecoms and IT in litigation and arbitrations in various countries under the major institutional arbitration rules, including the Swiss Rules, ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL, ICSID, AAA, LME and LMAA.
Prior to joining Orrick, Mr. Hargrove practiced international arbitration and litigation at Eversheds, Linklaters and Hogan Lovells in Geneva and London. Mr. Hargrove was, among other things, head of Eversheds' Russia and CIS dispute resolution practice and has deep expertise in Russia related-disputes and investigations and associated offshore litigation, applications and asset identification, tracing and enforcement.