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Grëtel Cannon's practice focuses on international arbitration and cross-border dispute resolution, with an emphasis on disputes arising out of major construction projects.

Grëtel's experience includes several high-value, complex construction arbitrations under ICC (International Chamber of Commerce), SIAC (Singapore International Arbitration Centre), and DIFC-LCIA (Dubai International Arbitration Centre–London Court of International Arbitration) Rules of Arbitration, including representing a construction joint venture in a multimillion dollar dispute with its consortium member regarding a power plant project in the Middle East.

Grëtel has also assisted: in a multibillion dollar arbitration in relation to a gas pipeline in the Middle East, in proceedings challenging an arbitral award in Singapore and Australia, and local counsel in advising a defrauded technology company in civil proceedings.

Grëtel is active in Jones Day's Anti-Human Trafficking Initiatives and has contributed to Firm publications that address trends and issues involving international arbitration.


  • U.S. technology company obtains two judgments in excess of US$1.5 million against co-conspirators to fraudulent schemeJones Day advised a U.S. technology company, with the assistance of local counsel in several jurisdictions, in relation to a cross-border litigation regarding a fraudulent scheme involving a former employee and a subcontractor.
  • Major U.S. contractor and technology licensor resolves dispute against Indian licenseeJones Day represented a major U.S. contractor and technology licensor against an Indian licensee in a SIAC-seated arbitration arising out of a long-term technology collaboration agreement.