Miloš Ivković is a senior member of the International Arbitration Team, representing clients in international commercial and investor-state arbitration proceedings.

Miloš’s expertise is confirmed time and again when counseling foreign investors and host states engaged in arbitration disputes under the rules of the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (“ICSID”), the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (“UNCITRAL”) or the International Chamber of Commerce (“ICC”). He furthermore has a respectable record of representing state-owned entities and private corporations in complex commercial arbitration proceedings arising out of energy and construction disputes.

Miloš is committed to assisting new generations of legal professionals interested in international dispute resolution.  After becoming a part of academia at Washington University School of Law, he has been regularly engaged as a scholar at various Universities around the world. Miloš’s academic fields of expertise are Public International Law and Comparative Civil Procedure.

Miloš is a cornerstone of the firm’s social responsibility initiatives, providing pro bono support to NGOs combatting international human trafficking.

Areas of Expertise

Public International Law; Investment Protection; Mining; Construction & Engineering; Tourism.

Languages

English, German, Serbian, Slovenian, Czech

Memberships

  • American Society of International Law ("ASIL")
  • Austrian Arbitration Association (“Arb|Aut”)
  • Deutsche Institution für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit ("DIS")
  • Swiss Arbitration Association (“ASA”)
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