Paul Hines represents clients in complex commercial arbitration and litigation, with a particular focus on disputes with international and transnational aspects. Paul also advises clients on international trade issues, including compliance counseling and investigations.
Paul has represented clients in international arbitrations under ICC, UNCITRAL, ICDR, LCIA, and ICSID rules, as well as in litigation in state and federal courts, and has provided predispute counseling to clients to assist them in resolving disputes before litigation or arbitration becomes necessary. His experience spans a wide range of disputes including contract and treaty-based claims, business torts, claims under federal and state antitrust laws, and claims under foreign laws.
Paul also has advised clients on economic sanctions programs administered by the U.S. Department of Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) administered by the U.S. Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security. His experience in this area includes providing guidance on a wide range of export and sanctions-related risks in proposed transactions, advising on license applications to federal government agencies, conducting internal investigations, and coordinating voluntary disclosures to government regulators.
Finca Vigía Foundation restores Ernest Hemingway's home in Cuba
Jones Day served as export control and economic sanctions compliance counsel to the Finca Vigía Foundation, Inc., a Boston-based non-profit dedicated to restoring and preserving Ernest Hemingway's estate outside of Havana.
PayPal, Schlumberger Holdings Enforcement Actions Highlight Need for Effective Implementation of Compliance Programs
Key Parameters Set for Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action Regarding Iran's Nuclear Program, but Critical Implementation Steps Remain Subject to Agreement
OFAC Sanctions Update: U.S. Government Authorizes Sanctions Related to Malicious Cyber-Related Activities, Encourages Telecom Investment in Cuba
U.S. Sanctions Update: New Sanctions Program Creates Risks for Companies Doing Business with Venezuela
- PendingEnforcing Agreements to Arbitrate
- 2014The Year in Review, ABA Section of International Law, Disputes, International Arbitration, Vol. No. 48 ABA/SIL YIR (n.s.) page nos. 119-134
- Georgetown University (J.D. cum laude 2013); University of Maryland (B.A. in Linguistics 2007)