Kiera Gans has represented individuals, domestic and foreign companies and sovereign governments in both ad hoc arbitrations and also arbitrations under the ICC, SIAC, UNCITRAL, AAA and ICSID rules and has extensive experience arbitrating claims under bilateral and multilateral investment treaties. 

Kiera has also provided training to foreign governments related to investment treaty disputes and strategies for managing and preventing such disputes. She has been involved in complex arbitrations and litigations across a wide variety of sectors including oil and gas, education, energy, telecommunications and mining.

Kiera has litigated in connection with arbitration, including enforcing arbitral awards, and routinely advises on the drafting of arbitration agreements and pre-dispute strategy.

Kiera also has extensive experience conducting internal investigations and FCPA due diligence, as well as representing clients in matters involving anti-bribery restrictions worldwide. In particular, she has conducted multi-jurisdictional investigations for clients in the defense, financial services, aerospace and telecommunications industries in Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and is currently representing some of these clients before the Department of Justice. Kiera has conducted global risk assessments, transactional diligence reviews and due diligence of agents globally. She assists companies in drafting and implementing compliance policies and has provided anti-corruption training in the US and abroad. She also routinely advises clients across various industries regarding the practical implications of the FCPA and its application to business issues, including those resulting from the retention and use of third-party consultants and vendors, government tenders and whistleblower allegations.