Adam Weiss is an associate in the Litigation department of Paul Hastings and is based in the Washington, D.C. office where he focuses his practice on international arbitration and complex commercial litigation. Mr. Weiss has successfully represented clients in a variety of contexts and industries, including project construction disputes, media and entertainment disputes, complex breach of contract disputes, intellectual property disputes, and appellate litigation matters. Mr. Weiss has handled international arbitration matters under the major international arbitration rules (ICC, AAA/ICDR, HKIAC, UNCITRAL, SIAC, CEPANI) in a number of jurisdictions around the world, including the United States, Belgium, the Philippines, Indonesia, China, Singapore, and Hong Kong. Mr. Weiss has also represented clients in domestic litigation matters before U.S. state and federal courts. Mr. Weiss’s practice also includes counseling clients on U.S. law and regulatory matters, including transportation and logistics, customs compliance, and maritime issues.
SCOTUS Grounds the “Wholly Groundless” Exception: Parties Can Delegate Arbitrability to Arbitrators
January 09, 2019
U.S. Supreme Court Leaves Unresolved Circuit Split on Forum Non Conveniens Defense in Foreign Arbitration Award Enforcement Actions
January 19, 2017
ICC’s International Court of Arbitration Adopts Expedited Procedure Rules
November 21, 2016