Mike Han is an international arbitration lawyer based in Geneva. His practice encompasses commercial and investment arbitration as well as European Court of Human Rights and Swiss court proceedings. He has experience in agrochemicals, banking, construction, energy, franchising, gas pricing, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, mining, oil and gas, partnerships, and international sanctions. He is familiar with all major institutional arbitration rules.
University of Basel and University of Geneva
Representing a multinational conglomerate corporation in an ICC arbitration relating to warranty claims following a sale of business governed by French, Swiss, and Spanish law.*
Representing a private university in an ad hoc arbitration relating to a partnership governed by German law.*
Assisting a general contractor in settlement negotiations.
Advising a multinational conglomerate corporation in an oil and gas joint venture dispute governed by the laws of Angola, England, Scotland, and Switzerland.*
Advising a client in a joint venture dispute in Central Africa.*
Advising a multinational company on the creation of a spin-off company.
Advising a pharmaceutical company in a licensing dispute.
Advising a client on the investigation and prosecution of war crimes, genocide, and crimes against humanity under international law.
Advising a German NGO on Swiss foundation law.
Advising clients on international sanctions.
*Matters worked on prior to joining White & Case.