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Chapman Tripp

23 ALBERT STREET, PO BOX 2206, AUCKLAND 1140, NEW ZEALAND
Tel:
Work +64 9 357 9000
Fax:
Fax +64 9 357 9099
DX:
DX 89 AUCKLAND
Email:
Web:
www.chapmantripp.com

Daniel Kalderimis

Tel:
Work +64 4 498 2409
Email:
Chapman Tripp

Work Department

Dispute resolution, litigation, arbitration, international trade and investment.

Position

Partner

Career

Daniel is an experienced litigator who acts on large commercial disputes and leads Chapman Tripp’s international arbitration practice, focused on the Asia-Pacific region.  He has particular experience in international and insolvency matters.  Daniel regularly appears as a barrister and solicitor in significant commercial litigation before NZ courts, where he typically does his own advocacy.

Daniel has acted in UNCITRAL, ICSID, LCIA, SCC and ICC arbitrations and has recent experience as an international arbitrator.  He is NZ’s representative to the ICC Commission and national correspondent to the United Nations for the New York Convention and UNCITRAL Model Law.

Member

Daniel is a member of the New Zealand Law Society

Education

BA and LLB Hons (First Class), Victoria University of Wellington and LLM, Columbia Law School Admitted: 1999 New Zealand, 2005 New York, 2006 England and Wales and 2007 (Solicitor-Advocate – Civil Courts) England and Wales


New Zealand

Dispute resolution

Within: Leading individuals

Daniel Kalderimis - Chapman Tripp

Within: Dispute resolution

Chapman Tripp advises on some of the most significant commercial disputes in the country and is experienced in matters before the High Court and the Supreme Court, as well as in complex, multi-jurisdictional proceedings. Clients are 'very impressed with the level of service - the team is well resourced and well structured to handle large-scale litigation and the advice is clear and considered'. In Auckland, Justin Graham leads the practice and clients describe him and 'extremely gifted litigator' Matt Sumpter, who handles IP, competition law and civil litigation, as 'impressive and strong on strategy with great attention to detail'. Key partner John McKay specialises in commercial litigation with a focus on construction, insurance and media law. He defended BlueScope Steel in a claim arising from an unsuccessful attempt by New Zealand Steel Industries to purchase the Taharoa Ironsands business. Senior litigator Bruce Scott handles commercial and public law litigation, both in the High Court and in private arbitrations. In Wellington, Daniel Kalderimis handles large commercial disputes and leads the firm's international law practice, which focuses on the Asia-Pacific region.

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