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Charles ("Chip") B. Rosenberg is an associate in the Firm's International Arbitration Group, where he represents foreign sovereigns and private parties in complex international cases. He has experience representing clients in disputes at the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes ("ICSID") and the International Chamber of Commerce ("ICC"), as well as under the Energy Charter Treaty ("ECT") and the arbitration rules of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law ("UNCITRAL").
Chip is an adjunct professor at the American University Washington College of Law, where he teaches an International Investment Law & Policy seminar. He also is the Executive Editor of the World Arbitration & Mediation Review.
Prior to joining White & Case LLP, Chip spent two years clerking for The Honorable Charles N. Brower, who was ranked the "world's busiest arbitrator" by The American Lawyer in terms of large investment treaty and international commercial arbitrations. While clerking, Chip taught an advanced seminar on International Investment Dispute Settlement at The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
"A standing investment court and appellate body in investment treaty dispute settlement", June 23, 2016: Freshfields/ASIL Young Arbitrator Debate Series,
"International Investment Arbitration – Revolutionary development or doomed experiment?", May 13, 2016: Tenth Annual Investment Treaty Arbitration Conference,
"Careers in International Trade and Investment Law", Sept.10, 2015: American University Washington College of Law,
ICC YAF, "Introduction to International Arbitration", March 5, 2015: Pepperdine Law School, Malibu,
"Reflections on Restored U.S.-Cuba Relations: Understanding New Regulations & Opportunities Going Forward", Feb. 12, 2015: American University Washington College of Law,
The Prologue to an Efficient ADR Proceeding: Key Aspects from the Corporate Perspective, June 10, 2014: CPR Y-ADR Seminar, Washington, DC, (moderator)
"'Challenges to Arbitrators: Should the challenge procedure be overhauled?, Mar. 28, 2014: Eight Annual Investment Treaty Arbitration Conference, Washington, DC
Contributions of the Iran–United States Claims Tribunal to International Law and International Arbitration, March 7, 2013: Iran–United States Claims Tribunal, The Hague, Netherlands
The Adverse Inference in ICSID Practice, ICSID Review – Foreign Investment Law Journal, 2015, (with Michael Polkinghorne)
Screened Selection in Party-Appointed Arbitrations, Law360, July 28, 2015, (with Olivier P. Andre)
To Use a Cannon to Kill a Mosquito: Why the Increase in Arbitrator Challenges in Investment Arbitration Does Not Warrant a Complete Overhaul of the System, 8 Investment Treaty Arbitration and International Law, 2015
Expecting the Unexpected: The Force Majeure Clause, Business Law International, vol.6, n°1, January 2015, (co-author with Michael Polkinghorne)
International Development Loans and Non-Compliance with Investment Arbitration Awards, A Revolution in the International Rule of Law: Essays in Honor of Don Wallace, Jr., 2014, (with Charles N. Brower & Sadie Blanchard)
The Role of the Tribunal Secretary in International Arbitration: A Call for a Uniform Standard, 8(2) Dispute Resolution Int’l, 2014, with Michael Polkinghorne
Latin America: The Intersection of Investment and Trade, 9(3) Global Arb. Rev., 2014, (with Jonathan C. Hamilton)
Different Strokes for Different Folks? The Role of the Tribunal Secretary, Kluwer Arb. Blog, May 16, 2014, (with Michael Polkinghorne)