Luca Radicati di Brozolo is the founding partner of the successful arbitration and litigation boutique ArbLit – Radicati di Brozolo Sabatini Benedettelli based in Milan, Italy, a door tenant at Fountain Court Chambers in London and a leading academic in the fields of private international law and arbitration law. His practice focuses on commercial and investor-State arbitration. As counsel, he has a vast experience in commercial and investor-State cases. He is highly sought-after as presiding and party-appointed arbitrator in high profile commercial cases across all industry fields under the most important arbitral rules and governing laws in a variety of seats, as well as in investor-State, including ICSID, arbitrations. He frequently appears as a legal expert before domestic courts and commercial and investor-State arbitral tribunals. He is the author of five books and approximately 200 scholarly articles on different topics on arbitration, public and private international law, European Union and antitrust law, and is a co-editor of the leading Italian arbitration law commentary and a frequent speaker and lecturer. In 2018 he gave the General Course on Private International Law at the Hague Academy of International Law, due to be published shortly, on “The legal regime of international commercial transactions”. He is a Vice-President of the LCIA and a former member of the ICC Court and former co-rapporteur of the International Law Association’s Commercial Arbitration Committee, including of the Report on “Confidentiality in International Commercial Arbitration”. He is ranked as a leading lawyer by all key legal rankings globally.