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Daniel González Appointed Chairman of the Miami International Arbitration Society

06 January 2016

MIAMI, 6 January 2016 – Hogan Lovells is proud to announce that Daniel E. González, Global Head of the firm's International Arbitration Practice Group, has been named Chairman of the Miami International Arbitration Society (MIAS), effective 1 January 2016.

MIAS was founded in order to promote the resolution of international commercial and investment disputes through arbitration and mediation and also promote Miami as the juridical seat for all forms of international arbitration.  MIAS now counts with more than 150 members worldwide from law firms, arbitral institutions, advocate lawyers, arbitrators, academics and others interested in international arbitration.  In the past several years, MIAS has hosted the who’s who of international arbitration during their breakfast symposiums and even secured the coveted ICCA Congress in Miami in 2014.

In addition to his role as Chairman, González has been named President of the Miami International Arbitration Foundation (MIAF), MIAS’ nonprofit organization focused on providing education opportunities in the area of international arbitration and alternative dispute resolution. 

González said that he intends to follow the guiding principles set by the founding Chairman of MIAS, Burton A. Landy, and looks forward to expanding the influence of MIAS and MIAF for education, usage and development of international arbitration in Miami and beyond.

González, a member of the Hogan Lovells Board, focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation and arbitration, having successfully tried and arbitrated many cases in English and Spanish throughout the Americas, U.K., and Europe. His clients include U.S. multinational corporations that conduct business in Latin America or Europe, and non-U.S. corporations doing business in the U.S. and abroad.

 
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