Jonathan Gimblett joined the firm in 2004 following a successful career in the British Diplomatic Service. His practice combines international and antitrust law, drawing on his experience of 15 years in government. Mr. Gimblett’s international practice focuses principally on investor-state arbitration and public international law disputes, on which he advises both states and corporate clients. He also represents clients in U.S. federal court litigation relating to international law issues, including the application of the Foreign Sovereign Immunity Act (“FSIA”). His antitrust practice embraces litigation, counseling of corporate clients, and regulatory matters. Mr. Gimblett is a Professorial Lecturer in Law (Arbitration) at George Washington University Law School.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jonathan Gimblett