“A very attentive lawyer and a pleasure to work with”
Noah Rubins is experienced in investment treaty and commercial arbitration, coming particularly highlighted for his counsel work in Eastern Europe and Russia-related disputes, notably in the energy and infrastructure sectors. Sources consider him ‘a pleasure to work with, thanks to his very smooth demeanour.’
'A very attentive lawyer and a pleasure to work with,' Noah Rubins is well regarded by both clients and peers alike. Head of the firm's international arbitration group, he focuses his practice on commercial and investment treaty arbitration. He has particular experience of disputes arising in Russia and the CEE and CIS regions, notably within the energy and infrastructure sectors.
Paris-based Noah Rubins heads the firm's international Russia and CIS disputes team and is particularly known for acting on investment arbitration cases. One source describes him as 'excellent, a very good lawyer.'
Paris-based Noah Rubins heads Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP's Russia and CIS dispute resolution group and particularly excels in arbitration. He has represented several energy corporates in both contentious and non-contentious Kazakh matters.
Paris-based, US-qualified lawyer Noah Rubins is one of the best-known international arbitration lawyers in cases concerning Russia. ‘He really is a skilled orator and presents the case in the best possible way,’ a source comments. Rubins speaks fluent Russian and often sits as arbitrator in addition to his work as counsel.
Oceana Publications, 2005 International Investment Political Risk and Dispute Resolution: a Practitioner’s Guide (co-author with Stephan Kinsella)
Oxford University Press, 2012 Investor-State Arbitration (co-author with Chris Dugan and Don Wallace)
Globe Business Publishing, 2015 'Enforcement of Awards in Russia’, in Enforcement of Investment Treaty Arbitration Awards: a Global Guide (co-author with Maxim Kulkov)
Nomos, 2015 ‘Ratione Temporis’, in International Investment Law: A Handbook (co-author with Ben Love)
Arbitration International, Vol.32, No.4, Oxford University Press, December 2016 The Russian arbitration reform (co-author with A. Yadykin and M. Mekat)