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Andrea Menaker, outgoing chief of the NAFTA Arbitration Division for the U.S. State Department, is joining the international arbitration group of White & Case, the firm announced. Menaker will join as partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. “Andrea will be an immense asset to our practice, both globally and within the D.C. office,” Carolyn Lamm, who co-heads the firm’s Washington arbitration group, said in a news release. The NAFTA Arbitration Division represents the United States in investor-state arbitrations under the North American Free Trade Agreement. Menaker participated in the successful defense of every case against the United States resolved to date under the NAFTA investment chapter and was also involved in the negotiation of investment and dispute resolution provisions in free trade agreements and bilateral investment treaties. Menaker is an adjunct professor at the Georgetown University Law Center, as well as a frequent speaker and author on international arbitration developments and issues. The addition of Menaker follows the recent election of three new arbitration partners and one counsel in the firm’s London, New York, Paris and Washington offices earlier this year, and the recent addition of a lateral partner in London. White & Case’s international arbitration group has more than 170 practitioners. The firm has more than 2,300 lawyers in 37 offices.

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