Foley Hoag Counsel Christina Beharry Serves as Editor of Volume on Issues Surrounding Law of Damages
April 24, 2018
Foley Hoag LLP counsel Christina Beharry recently served as editor of Contemporary and Emerging Issues on the Law of Damages and Valuation in International Investment Arbitration, a publication that provides readers with a deeper understanding of legal and valuation principles that are often the source of intense debate in international investment cases.
Released by scholastic publisher Brill, the volume examines a broad range of damages topics and explores cutting-edge issues surrounding investment awards and the interconnectedness of damages with other areas of international investment law. As part of Brill's Nijhoff International Investment Law Series, this publication contains contributions by leading practitioners, experts and academics with extensive experience working on issues related to the law of damages and the quantification of compensation.
Beharry’s practice at Foley Hoag focuses on public international law, investor-state and commercial arbitration, and trade and investment policy. She has public and private sector experience in international arbitration proceedings and has experience working with valuation experts to advise clients on complex financial matters related to the valuation of businesses, environmental damages, and compensation for adverse human health impacts.
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