With damages awards of $75 million on behalf of clients like Los Angeles-based Occidental Petroleum and judgments of $700 million for billionaire financier Kenneth Dart, it’s not a stretch to call David Rivkin an international arbitration powerhouse.

Rivkin, a litigation partner in the New York and London offices of Debevoise & Plimpton, also happens to be a formidable sports arbitrator as well. We recently talked to Rivkin about his role as an ad hoc panelist of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Beijing. The first part of our interview, detailing that work, can be found here.

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