As international trade and foreign investment continues to grow, so do disputes across borders.
International arbitration is often the preferred dispute resolution mechanism for international business because of its confidential nature and the international enforceability of arbitral awards. From our offices around the world, we advise our clients on international arbitration conducted under both civil and common law systems, in many different languages. We have experience of conducting arbitration in all of the world’s major centres of arbitration and particularly in London, Paris, Geneva, Dubai and Hong Kong.
Our dedicated arbitration specialists across the world assist our clients with every aspect of arbitration, from drafting complex arbitration clauses, through advising on and representing our clients in disputes to helping clients to locate assets and enforce arbitral awards.
Whether you are a government, a ministry, a sovereign wealth fund, a multinational or a private business, we combine legal and sector knowledge with a proven track record of winning high value and complex disputes, working with local counsel where appropriate.
Our clients use us because they trust our skill, experience and reputation to achieve the best possible outcome, and because our partners personally handle their cases. Throughout the arbitration process our focus is on providing a confidential, swift and cost-effective service – and, of course, achieving the right result.
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