Mark H. Alcott has spent his professional career at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, focusing on litigation, arbitration and mediation. He has extensive experience handling a wide range of major cases in New York and throughout the United States, as well as abroad. His diverse caseload has ranged from antitrust class actions to complex securities and commodities cases, from domestic to cross-border arbitrations and mediations, from major constitutional litigation to mass tort actions, from high stakes commercial disputes to pro bono civil rights litigation. His clients have ranged from preeminent financial institutions to top government officials, from global mega firms to vulnerable individuals, from household name performers and artists to leading cultural institutions. Mr. Alcott was then elected by the 36,000 New York members of the American Bar Association to serve as the State’s leader in that national organization. He serves on the ABA’s Nominating Committee, sits in the Association’s House of Delegates and has numerous other substantial ABA responsibilities.
In this On The Road report from ABA Annual Meeting 2017, Mark Alcott discusses the ABA's Relationship with the UN.
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