Renato Stephan Grion is a lawyer educated and trained in Brazil, U.S. and France, and has broad experience in international arbitration. He worked as Deputy Counsel at the Secretariat of the International Court of Arbitration of the ICC in Paris before joining the São Paulo office of Pinheiro Neto Advogados in 2007, where he became a partner in 2013. He specialises in international arbitration and acts as counsel and arbitrator in a variety of commercial arbitration cases under leading institutional rules in Brazil and abroad. He is a guest lecturer in international arbitration at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (COGEAE) and is the author of many articles on the subject. He lectures regularly in Brazil and abroad about international commercial arbitration and is a member of the ICC Latin American Arbitration Group, the SIAC Users Council, the International Advisory Committee of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), and the Brazilian Arbitration Committee. He is also a Councillor of the LCIA Latin American and Caribbean Users’ Council and the President of the Mediation and Arbitration Centre of the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce in São Paulo. He participated in the Task Force on the Revision of the ICC Rules of Arbitration (2012 version). He is listed in the following legal practice guides: The International Who’s Who of Arbitration; Who’s Who Legal – Brazil; Chambers Latin America; Chambers Global; Expert Guides; Latin Lawyer 250; GAR 100 – Global Arbitration Review. In 2011, Global Arbitration Review indicated him as one of the 45 most prominent international arbitration lawyers under the age of 45 in the world (“GAR 45 under 45”). In December 2016, Mr. Grion was listed as one of the most highly regarded individuals in Who’s Who Legal prestigious list “Arbitration: Future Leaders – Partners”.