Pierre Bienvenu, AdE, is a senior partner of Norton Rose Fulbright Canada and global co-head of international arbitration at Norton Rose Fulbright. He has more than 30 years’ experience practising in international arbitration, corporate and commercial litigation and constitutional law. Acted as counsel and served as arbitrator in numerous international arbitrations involving disputes in telecommunications, aeronautics, joint ventures, construction, M&A and foreign investment. Appeared before the courts of Québec, the Federal Court of Canada and the Supreme Court of Canada and participated in numerous challenges to the constitutional validity of provincial and federal legislation. His SCC experience includes representing government bodies, institutions and individuals in a range of constitutional and commercial law disputes, including the Attorney General of Canada in the landmark Reference re Secession of Québec. Also represents parties in court proceedings to enforce or set aside arbitral awards. A former co-Chair of the IBA Arbitration Committee and VP of the LCIA Court, Pierre currently serves as alternate member of the ICC Court. A Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, he is fluent in English and French.