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John F. Crawford - Paris

2 rue Saint-Florentin75001 Paris, France

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Updated: 11/16/2013

Paris International Litigation & Arbitration Lawyer


John Crawford previously chaired the Firm's dispute resolution practice, and he was Partner-in-Charge of the Paris Office from 1977 to 1994. He practices in the areas of international arbitration and litigation, in particular as counsel in commercial arbitration matters before the International Chamber of Commerce and other arbitral institutions, and has acted as arbitrator or mediator in a number of international dispute resolution matters. In addition, John has significant experience...

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