Malik Havalic is an associate in the firm’s Litigation department and member of the firm’s Arbitration and Antitrust practice groups. Malik has worked on complex commercial disputes, with a focus on international investment arbitration. He has been engaged in AAA/ICDR, ICSID, ICC and PCJ arbitrations, with hearing and cross-examination experience.
Malik’s antitrust practice has included Department of Justice investigation work, civil litigation, and making arguments under the U.S. Sherman Act in an international arbitration. He has experience with the oil and gas, aerospace and defense, life science, pharmaceuticals, financial services, and news media industries, among others.
Malik is also committed to pro bono legal service. He is actively engaged with the International Refugee Assistance Project, in addition to successfully representing a Jamaican national in deportation proceedings.
He has also appeared before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit to argue on behalf of a prisoner alleging constitutional violations, and represented clients in housing court and family court on a pro bono basis.
- Co-author with Sarah L. Cave, “Subject Matter Jurisdiction Under the FAA,” The Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation 49, no. 2 (Jan. 20, 2016)
- Co-author with J.H. Boykin, “Fruits of the Poisonous Tree: The Admissibility of Unlawfully Obtained Evidence in International Arbitration,” Transnational Dispute Management, 5 (October 2014)
- Columbia University, School of Law, J.D., 2011, Journal of Transnational Law, Articles Editor
- University of Michigan, B.A., 2006, Phi Beta Kappa
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