Hinshaw's Ed Lenci Named to Law360's 2018 International Arbitration Editorial Advisory Board

March 23, 2018

The U.S. law firm of Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP is pleased to announce that Ed Lenci, a partner in its New York City office and chair of the firm's reinsurance practice, has been reappointed to a second term as a member of the prestigious Law360 International Arbitration Editorial Advisory Board. The Editorial Advisory Board is made up of twelve lawyers whom Law360 describes as "experts in the field" of international arbitration.

In its announcement, Law360 described Lenci as a practitioner focused on the arbitration and litigation of business disputes, including reinsurance disputes, and class action defense and appeals. The publisher noted, too, that Lenci "has won important decisions involving both international and domestic arbitration" (one of those was a class action defense victory Lenci and a colleague secured from the U.S. Supreme Court enforcing class action waivers in the arbitration provisions of student loans). Law360 further mentioned that Lenci "has spoken around the world about arbitration." Additionally, he has been quoted by the media about not only arbitration, but also Brexit, sovereign immunity, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Lenci has been elected Senior Vice Chair of the New York State Bar Association's International Section for 2018-19, and he Co-Chair's ARIAS-U.S.'s International Committee.

Read the announcement: "Law360 International Arbitration Editorial Advisory Board" (subscription may be required)

Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP is a U.S. based law firm with offices in 11 states and London. The firm's national reputation spans the insurance industry, the professional services sector—including representation of law firms and lawyers—and other highly regulated industries, such as banking and finance and the debt collection sector. Hinshaw also provides a series of closely coordinated litigation, business advisory and transactional services to clients of all sizes as well as governmental and public sector entities.