Andrew Van Duzer focuses his practice on arbitration and litigation matters related to energy. He represents clients in arbitration proceedings and has assisted with regulatory proceedings in front of administrative boards at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. He advises on laws, regulations, and export controls impacting U.S. civil nuclear cooperation with foreign nations. Andrew also has experience representing foreign governments on bilateral treaty negotiations concerning nuclear commerce and nuclear non-proliferation commitments with the United States.
Prior to studying law, Andrew worked for a nuclear energy consulting company where he assisted a country with establishing a peaceful nuclear energy program outside of the United States.
• International arbitration
• Export control laws
• Section 123 of the Atomic Energy Act
• NRC Regulations at 10 C.F.R. Part 110
• Department of Energy Regulations at 10 C.F.R. Part 810
• Represented a component manufacturer facing a multi-billion dollar claim in an international arbitration proceeding. °
• Represent Japanese electric utility in ICC proceedings seated in Tokyo related to fuel supply agreements. °
• Represent solar energy developer in Japan Commercial Arbitration Association proceedings in dispute surrounding a solar power plant. °
°Some of the above representations were handled by Mr. Van Duzer prior to his joining Greenberg Traurig, LLP.
• Project Analyst, Thorium Power, ltd, Lightbridge, 2007-2008
Internship• Nuclear Non-Proliferation Intern, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory / Department of Energy, 2005
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