Amy Frey focuses her practice on all types of cross-border disputes, including investment treaty and commercial arbitration, as well as public international law and human rights disputes. Her experience includes representing individual clients, SMEs, multinational corporations and investors from all over the world in cases ranging from contract and licensing disputes to claims against foreign states arising from bilateral investment treaties and the Energy Charter Treaty.
Amy counsels clients in arbitration under the rules of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, the International Chamber of Commerce, the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, and the UN Commission on International Trade Law. She also advises clients on foreign investment structuring and planning, on domestic litigation proceedings involving challenges to and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, and on EU disputes involving state aid and intra-EU arbitration. She has represented investors with claims against Algeria, Argentina, Bangladesh, the Czech Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Italy, Kazakhstan, Romania, Bulgaria, Spain and Venezuela. Amy is also experienced handling requests for interim, injunctive relief and in ICSID annulment proceedings.
In addition to counseling on the types of contentious matters mentioned above, Amy takes on public interest law and pro bono projects, particularly in human rights law including matters covering domestic violence, child abuse, asylum, juvenile delinquent status and human trafficking. She has long been committed to seeking justice and assistance for refugees.
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