Daniel Gal has extensive experience in commercial arbitration and investment treaty disputes and litigation, and has particular capabilities in complex multijurisdictional disputes in growth markets, in particular the Middle East, Turkey, Russia and Brazil. Over the course of the last 15 years, he has represented some of the world’s leading companies in sectors such as telecommunications, banking and finance, infrastructure, energy, construction and technology under a variety of different rules including ICC, ICSID, LCIA, UNCITRAL, AAA and ad hoc arbitrations. Some of his mandates include representing:
- DP World Plc in a bilateral investment treaty claim against the Kingdom of Belgium concerning the expropriation of an infrastructure concession;
- a subsidiary of a major investment group in a series of multibillion-dollar LCIA arbitrations related to the ownership and control of one of the largest Middle Eastern telecommunications companies, and related British Virgin Islands litigation.
Mr. Gal is an Australian Representative to the ICC Commission on Arbitration and Advisory Member for the Institute for Transnational Arbitration. He is also a member of the Fellow Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration.