Jacob Kaplan

Jacob Kaplan

 

Jacob M. Kaplan is a partner in Baker McKenzie, New York. He focuses on international litigation and arbitration and has participated in several high-profile contract and financial services cases. Before joining the firm, he clerked for the Honorable Milton Pollack of the Southern District of New York and interned for the Honorable Sonia Sotomayor of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. Jacob serves as counsel in disputes concerning contract, energy, investment, construction, commodities, financial services, insurance, and intellectual property, among other matters. He has appeared in state and federal courts as well as a variety of institutional and ad hoc arbitral forums.

 

Jacob serves as counsel in disputes concerning contract, energy, investment, construction, commodities, financial services, insurance, and intellectual property, among other matters. He has appeared in state and federal courts as well as a variety of institutional and ad hoc arbitral forums.

 




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Articles and Video:

District Court Confirms Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Award, Denying Arguments that Tribunal was Not Impartial and Enforcement was Contrary to U.S. Public Policy (02/11/21)
In Pao Tatneft v. Ukraine, the Petitioner initiated arbitration against the Ukrainian government regarding the parties’ joint ownership of a company alleging that Ukraine had violated a Russia-Ukraine BIT by failing to grant legal protection to and allowing discrimination against, investors from Russia.

FL District Court Holds That FAA Grounds for Vacatur are Inapplicable to NY Convention Arbitration Awards (08/25/20)
A Florida district court held in Corporación AIC SA v. Hidroelectrica Santa Rita SA, that the grounds for vacatur under Section 10 of the Federal Arbitration Act are inapplicable to an international arbitration award governed by the New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards.