Three Crowns, in collaboration with The Legal 500, will host a webinar, “Making arbitration work for your client: secrets of success at three key stages”,  on Thursday 19 May at 11:00am ET / 4:00pm BST.

Our speakers include:

Parties choose international arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism for many reasons, including the neutrality it provides parties from different countries. This webinar will focus on three aspects of international arbitration proceedings—tribunal selection, document production, and the presentation of witnesses—that give parties an opportunity to optimise the process to achieve the effective, efficient, and fair resolution of even the most complex disputes.

To find out more and to register, click here.


Mimi Lee is Managing Counsel with Chevron and is based in San Ramon, CA. Mimi and her team manage litigation, arbitration and pre-litigation disputes stemming from Chevron’s International Upstream operations. The team’s case docket includes a variety of matters including commercial disputes, labour and employment, and international arbitrations. Mimi and her group interact with external counsel located all over the world and are responsible for ensuring that all litigation matters are handled efficiently and in a cost-effective manner consistent with Chevron’s Objectives-Based Litigation Technique (“COBALT®”), which is a structured and disciplined technique for achieving reliability, efficiency and world class performance in litigation management.

Prior to joining Chevron, Mimi was in private practice as a litigator. She was formerly a partner with Thelen Reid & Priest and later with McKenna Long & Aldridge.


Chris Ghazarian is the general counsel of DreamHost, a website, domain, and cloud company based in Los Angeles. His day-to-day includes legal, M&A, and international expansion, and he now helps shape the company’s long-term strategy and goals. His experience includes managing corporations in the European Union and overseeing cross-border cybersecurity and data compliance.

Mr Ghazarian’s legal work centers on protecting privacy in the age of big data, and with DreamHost’s backing, he continues to enforce strict protocols against other tech companies, federal agencies, and international governments.


Liz, a partner in the Washington, DC office, has more than two decades of experience as an advocate and adviser in international arbitration matters. She has acted in arbitrations around the world, with notable experience of disputes arising in Africa, India, and Asia. Liz has particular expertise handling disputes involving States and State entities and fiscal disputes under long-term contracts. Her practice is a mix of commercial and investment treaty arbitration, with a focus on the upstream energy, power, and mining sectors.

Liz is a member of the Law360 International Arbitration Editorial Advisory Board, the Advisory Board of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration, and the North American Users’ Council of the LCIA. She is recognised in ChambersThe Legal 500, and Who’s Who Legal.


Scott, a partner in the Washington, DC office, has a decade and a half of experience handling complex international investment and commercial arbitrations in the oil and gas, construction, energy, mining, technology, and agribusiness sectors. In addition to his private practice in international arbitration, he has served as an attorney-advisor at the U.S. Department of State and in an international organisation. He is qualified as an attorney in New York and as a barrister in England & Wales.

Scott has been recognised in various publications, including Who’s Who Legal every year since 2016, The Legal 500 UK Arbitration Powerlist 2019, and Lawdragon’s 2021 Global Litigation 500.

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