Gil is an experienced commercial litigator and arbitration practitioner who focuses on international financial, commercial, and technology-related disputes. His clients have included banks and other financial institutions, trading, technology (including biotechnology), design, and construction companies.
Representation of a Bermuda-based credit insurance company in connection with U.S. financial company’s lease-sale of helicopters to a Mexican company.
Defense of a US financial company in a lender liability suit by a Latin American manufacturer
Representation of a US financial company with respect to its claim on defaulted promissory notes against a Mexican steel manufacturer
Representation of a US commodities trader in an arbitration in London against an Indian vendee of nonprecious metals
Representation of a US commodities trader in an arbitration in Zurich, in respect to its claim regarding losses of nonprecious metals at a Macedonian tolling facility
Representation of a Swiss general contractor against a US technology subcontractor, in relation to a subcontract in connection with the construction of an infrastructure project in Yakutsk, the Russian Federation
Representation of an Austrian bank in litigation with an Argentinean bank concerning interbank deposits in the context of Argentina’s moratorium on external debt repayments
Representation of an Italian manufacturing company in an arbitration in Singapore, in respect to a claim against an Indonesian counter-party
Representation of diverse financial companies in arbitration and litigation proceedings concerning losses related to a Eurobond default
Articles in the National Law Review database by Gilbert A. Samberg