White & Case Partner Carolyn Lamm Honored for Services to Uzbekistan

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President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev has signed a decree awarding White & Case partner Carolyn Lamm (Washington, DC) the order of Dostlik, a high distinction conferred for achievements in promoting friendship, mutual understanding and harmony among all nations and nationalities living in Uzbekistan, and the development of friendship and comprehensive cooperation of the people of Uzbekistan with the peoples of other countries.

Lamm, Chairman of the America Uzbekistan Chamber of Commerce, was honored for "rendering great services in strengthening the mutually beneficial strategic cooperation between the Republic of Uzbekistan and the United States of America, for showing high professionalism in expanding bilateral relations in trade and economic spheres," according to the decree.

Conferred on the occasion of the 27th Uzbekistan National Day (independence anniversary), the order was also presented to LUKOIL President Vagit Alekperov, Board of Participants member of KNAUF GROUP Nikolaus Wilhelm Knauf, and PetroChina Chairman Ilin Van.

A partner in White & Case's International Arbitration practice, Lamm was appointed by the Uzbeki government to the Uzbek Panel of Arbitrators for ICSID arbitration.

Lamm's practice concentrates on international dispute resolution through international arbitration, litigation and international trade proceedings. She advises clients in matters with ICSID and its Additional Facility, and other international arbitral proceedings involving States, as well as commercial arbitral fora including AAA/CDR, ICC, Vienna Centre, Stockholm Chamber, Swiss Chamber and in federal court litigation. Lamm is a past President of both the District of Columbia Bar and the American Bar Association. She currently serves as the American Bar Association's Representative to the International Bar Association.