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Matthew J. Weldon

Representation of leading global Indian pharmaceutical company in US$450 million LCIA arbitration concerning a patent licensing agreement.
Representation of the Kingdom of Spain in the US District Court for the District of Columbia defending against NextEra's petition to enforce a €291 million ICSID arbitration award (NextEra Global Holdings B.V., at al. v. Kingdom of Spain, 19-cv-1618 (TSC) (D.D.C.)).
Representation of AHG Industry GmbH & Co. KG in US$1 billion ICSID arbitration against the Republic of Iraq (ICSID Case No. ARB/20/21) concerning the expropriation of a cement plant and pipe manufacturing plant.
Representation of global power generation systems manufactuer in a US$40 million ICC arbitration against project owner relating to power plant construction projects in South America.
Representation of Brazilian construction conglomerate against its European partner in US$75 million ICC arbitration seated in Paris over conduct related to a joint bid for airport concessions in Brazil.
Representation of European sovereign's Government Ministry in US$350 million ICSID arbitration under the Energy Charter Treaty concerning the denial of a concession application relating to an offshore oil & gas project.
Representation of a leading Taiwanese electronics manufacturing company against a Japanese multinational in a $20 million UNCITRAL arbitration seated in New York concerning a patent licensing agreement.
Representation of Japanese multinational in US$300 SIAC arbitration seated in Singapore governed by New York law concerning the termination of a trademark licensing agreement.
Representation of Indian media company in UNCITRAL investment dispute against Middle Eastern sovereign relating to concession agreement.
Representation of a Chinese SOE in a US$75 million ICDR arbitration seated in New York concerning JOA dispute in connection to an Indonesian oil & gas production sharing contract.
Representation of European noteholders in seeking discovery in the United States in aid for foreign proceedings under 28 U.S.C. 1782 (BlueBay et al. v. Fitch Ratings, et al., 20-mc-233 (PKC) (S.D.N.Y.)).
Representation of South American investors in US$100 million UNCITRAL arbitration.
Representation of an Emirati oil & gas company against a leading American aviation company in a US$6 million ICDR arbitration in relation to the termination of an aircraft sales agreement.
Representation of Brazilian oil & gas company against a Panamanian financial services company in an US$3.5 million ICC arbitration seated in New York relating to consulting agreement.
Representation of Israeli pension fund in US$15 million AAA arbitration seated in New York concerning loss of investments.
Representation of American construction company in US$40 million Association of Arbitrators (Southern Africa) FIDIC Red Book arbitration seated in London concerning construction of mine in Africa.
Representation of Australian life sciences company in ICDR arbitration / mediation concerning termination of distribution and license agreement relating to development and distribution of OTC products.
Representation of Taiwanese pharmaceutical company in relation to AAA arbitration and termination of license agreement relating to drug development.
Representation of an American technology company against Italian financial services company in a US$3.5 million LCIA arbitration relating to a credit agreement.
Representation of Italian company in ICDR arbitration seated in New York concerning patent licensing agreement.
Representation of SIMO Holdings, Inc. in dispute concerning patent infringement and obtained US$8.2 million judgment (SIMO Holdings Inc. v. uCloudlink Network Technology Limited), 18-cv-5427 (JSR) (S.D.N.Y.)).
Representation of Sharp Corporation in dispute concerning unfair competition law (Sharp Corp. v. Hisense Co., Ltd et al.,17-cv-4381 (ALC) (S.D.N.Y.)).
Representation of American airline in US$10 million SIAC arbitration seated in Toronto concerning charter agreements, and in US$97 million dispute with India involving U.S. litigation and India-based settlement procedures.
Representation of American government consulting company in US$2 million AAA Commercial Rules arbitration concerning breach of consulting agreement.
Representation of Lydia Scheck and Dieter Scheck in dispute concerning multi-billion dollar sovereign debt default and obtained first-of-their-kind favorable decisions related to the Hague Service Convention, the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act and post-judgment discovery against a sovereign (Scheck v. Argentina, 10-cv-5167 (TGP) (S.D.N.Y)).
Representation of C=Holdings B.V. in dispute concerning Commodore trademark ownership dispute and obtained US$1.2 million judgment (C=Holdings B.V. v. Asiarim Corp., et al., 922 F.Supp.2d 223 (S.D.N.Y. 2013)).
Representation of Austrian company in ICC arbitration concerning delivery of turnkey plant in Egypt.
Representation of African sovereign in multi-million dollar investor-state ICSID arbitration concerning annulment.
Representation of Schutte Bagclosures Inc. in dispute concerning trademark infringement (Schutte v. Kwik Lok Corp., 48 F. Supp. 3d 675, 702 (S.D.N.Y. 2014)).
Counseling American office supply corporation concerning termination of Indian joint venture and SIAC arbitration procedures.
Representation of partner (Wilson) in disputes concerning ownership and control rights of multibillion-dollar Brazilian companies, and partnership and contractual disputes (Wilson v. Dantas et al., 650915/2012 (Sup Ct, NY County))
Representation of foreign designer in copyright infringement action brought under the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works and prevailed on summary judgment (MPD v. Urban Outfitters, 12-cv-6501 (LTS) (S.D.N.Y.)).
Representation of Indian conglomerate against a Japanese multinational in a US$30 million ICC arbitration seated in New York concerning a joint venture to develop a mining project in South America.
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