Michelle Glassman Bock has more than 15 years of experience in international arbitration proceedings conducted under the auspices of leading arbitration institutions, as well as with ad hoc proceedings. She has particular expertise with natural gas and other energy disputes, having acted as counsel in more than 20 proceedings in connection with gas price reviews. She has acted for both European and Asian parties to long-term gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply contracts, addressing all manner of issues arising under them.
Michelle also acts for parties in disputes involving LNG cargo shipping and delivery, hardship, telecoms, automotive, waste management, technological manufacturing and distribution, international joint ventures, shareholder disputes and contract disputes.
Who’s Who Legal reports that peers and clients say Michelle is “a very experienced and talented lawyer working in oil and gas arbitration, who impresses market commentators with her outstanding communication skills” and is “a fantastic arbitration lawyer with substantial international experience”. Who’s Who Legal has previously reported that “Michelle Bock is ‘a smart and thorough’ practitioner who ‘is extremely good at cross-examining witnesses’ and ‘excellent on damages matters.’ According to peers, ‘Her ability to digest massive volumes of information is tremendous.’”
Michelle teaches a course on international arbitration and litigation at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and regularly lectures at other European universities on the same.