Erin Thomas is an associate in the firm’s New York office. Her practice focuses on international arbitration and litigation. Ms. Thomas has represented clients in international commercial arbitrations under the ICC, LCIA, and SIAC rules. Ms. Thomas has also represented institutions and individuals in general commercial litigation, and advised multinational corporations in FCPA due diligence and investigations of acquisition targets in high-risk jurisdictions.
- State-owned oil company in ICC and LCIA arbitrations arising out of construction of gas-to-liquid plant in the Caribbean. Obtained favorable award of specific performance, costs, and interest in ICC arbitration, and order compelling LCIA arbitration of claim brought against client in Southern District of New York.
- Two Brazilian companies involved in construction, operation and maintenance of electric power plants in Brazil in ICC arbitration commenced by multinational equipment manufacturer.
- Peruvian company in ICC arbitration arising out of equipment sale contract.
- Supplier of liquefied natural gas in connection with contract sales price reviews.
- Associate in the international arbitration group of a major international law firm (2007-2013).
- Ms. Thomas has represented Yemeni detainees in Guantanamo Bay.