WilmerHale (Washington)

Danielle Morris

WilmerHale (Washington)
Lawyer (Counsel)

Danielle Morris is a counsel in the Litigation/Controversy Department and a member of the International Arbitration Practice. She joined the firm in 2012. Ms. Morris’ practice spans both private and public international law. She has 10 years of experience representing clients in both ad hoc and institutional arbitrations, including under the rules of ICSID, the LCIA, the SCC and UNCITRAL. She has represented clients in various sectors, including mining, oil and gas, financial services, construction, pharmaceutical and automotive. Among others, Ms. Morris has recently represented a government in an arbitration seated in London involving disputes under a contract to provide gas processing facilities ; leading banks in investment arbitrations against an Eastern European State ; a leading construction company in an investment arbitration against a Middle Eastern State ; a leading pharmaceutical company in an investment arbitration against a Latin American State ; and a leading aerospace and defense technology company in a dispute under a contract to develop and supply military aircraft. Ms. Morris regularly advises clients on the substantive protections and dispute resolution mechanisms under various investment treaties, both bilateral and multilateral, and has represented both investors and States in investment arbitrations. She has also advised an African State regarding a boundary mediation.

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