Alexander Bennett is a retired partner who handled litigation matters involving antitrust, international, securities, derivatives, corporate and banking. Mr. Bennett represented parties in antitrust proceedings involving a variety of businesses, products and industries, including glass, silver, food retailing, drill bits, and beef. Mr. Bennett also has a broad international practice including the representation of many state-owned banks and sovereign nations in litigation involving sovereign debt obligations, concession contracts, state-owned enterprises, bilateral investment treaties (BITs), and other international obligations and other sovereign issues. Mr. Bennett has represented private interests as well as sovereign states and multinational institutions in international arbitrations, including a number of arbitration proceedings before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), as well as judicial proceedings. Mr. Bennett has also represented a number of private parties, including US and foreign financial institutions, in litigation with respect to the securities, derivatives, corporate, and banking laws.
- AB, University of Michigan, 1961
- JD, University of Michigan Law School, 1963
- District of Columbia