As a panel member of the ICC, ICDR (AAA), Canaco, CAM, etc., James Graham has presided over various tribunals.
To date, all the awards issued have been confirmed by the judicial authorities.
As a litigant, he won a highly known case, in which two arbitral tribunals have been required. Currently, the saga continues with the arbitration initiated by the former defendant against the United Mexican States within the framework of the TLC-TMec.
A number of arbitrations were terminated early by obtaining a settlement agreement. Indeed, it is considered that the arbitral instance does not prevent the approach and an eventual agreement, in order to save time and expenses. As important as it is to be a "heartless" litigator in arbitration, it is also crucial to be an "open-arms" negotiator during the coffee break...