Chambers Global 2010 names John Terry as a notable international trade/WTO lawyer in Canada
February 23, 2010
John Terry is among Canada's notable international trade/WTO lawyers in Canada in Chambers & Partners' Chambers Global: World’s Leading Lawyers for Business, The Client’s Guide 2010.
John Terry specializes in investor-state arbitration, as well as export control and WTO advice. Commentators say that he has a "great mind and intellect" and "will excel at anything he is invested in." Thomson Reuters, Sun Life and Dundee Precious Metals are some of his clients.
Infinito Gold in its ICSID arbitral claim against the Republic of Costa Rica, under the Canada-Costa Rica Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT), concerning the expropriation of the Crucitas gold mining project
Windstream Energy, a U.S. offshore wind project developer, in its successful arbitral NAFTA investment claim against the Government of Canada in connection with Ontario’s moratorium on offshore wind development
a Canadian energy producer in an investment dispute with a foreign government
ExxonMobil and Murphy Oil in successfully resisting an application by the Government of Canada to set aside a NAFTA arbitral tribunal award in connection with two petroleum extraction projects located off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador