NY-based Howes replaces Blanch as McDermott arbitration head
McDermott Will & Emery has appointed New York partner Ted Howes as head of the firm's international arbitration group, replacing recently-departed head Juliet Blanch. Howes has worked in international arbitration for the past 20 years, arbitrating cases both in the United States and abroad, including France, England, Switzerland and Hong Kong. He currently heads the firm's Chinese litigation and dispute resolution practice.
McDermott Will & Emery has appointed New York partner Ted Howes as head of the firm’s international arbitration group, replacing recently-departed head Juliet Blanch.
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