José Feris represents companies and states in commercial and investment arbitrations, sits as arbitrator and teaches at Sciences Po. Former ICC Court deputy secretary general, José played a key role in the 2012 and 2017 ICC Rules reform. He is vice-chair of the ICC Arbitration and ADR Commission and Latin American Arbitration Association, and co-chairs the ICC task force on corruption. Previously, he worked for the International Court of Justice and the Legal Advisor of the President of the Dominican Republic.
In an interview by Who’s Who Legal, José shares his experience and his thoughts on the major trends in international arbitration.