Stephen Anway


Stephen Anway is a partner in Squire Patton Boggs’ world-ranked international arbitration group. He spends 100% of his counsel time representing clients in major international arbitrations and has acted as counsel in some 50 international arbitration proceedings brought under more than 10 different investment treaties, free-trade agreements and the Energy Charter Treaty.  Each spring, Mr. Anway teaches a 13-week doctrinal course on international arbitration at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where he serves as an Adjunct Professor of Law.  


Mr. Anway specializes in both investment treaty arbitration and international commercial arbitration.  His investment-treaty arbitration experience includes representing the Czech Republic in three major cases in 2009, 2012, and 2013 (each worth approximately $100 million).  The Czech Republic fully defeated the claims in each of them.  More recently, he acted as counsel for Slovakia in the precedent-setting case, Achmea B.V. v. The Slovak Republic, Final Award dated 20 May 2014, in which Slovakia fully defeated the foreign investor’s claims under the Dutch-Slovak Bilateral Investment Treaty and was awarded its costs and legal fees.


Mr. Anway also specializes in high-stakes natural gas price review arbitrations.  In 2013, he acted as counsel in an International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) arbitration in which his client won more than $395 million.  That award followed another ICC decision in August 2012, which awarded his client $580 million.  Mr. Anway was also counsel for the winning party in two different UNCITRAL awards worth over $1 billion—one in 2005 and one in 2008.


Mr. Anway is the exclusive recipient of the 2014 Client Choice Award from the International Law Office (ILO) for the “Arbitration” category in New York.  In June 2013, The American Lawyer Arbitration Scorecard published its list of the 20 Largest Commercial Arbitration Awards ever captured by the publication (dating back to 2001), and Mr. Anway represented the winning party in three of them.

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