Complex conflict resolution in a client orientated, cost-effective manner.
Arbitration can be an extremely valuable alternative option for resolving complex disputes, particularly when confidentiality is key. If you are proceeding with arbitration, you should work alongside expert advisers with extensive knowledge of the workings of the arbitral process who will apply their technical expertise and strategic insight to achieve the best possible result.
Our Arbitration team acts for both corporate clients and high net worth individuals in high-value international and domestic arbitration matters, including the enforcement or the setting aside of arbitral awards. We understand and have substantial experience of the key sectors in which our clients operate including energy, financial services, aviation, insurance, manufacturing, telecoms and technology. Whether you are the claimant or the respondent, we will gain a thorough understanding of the intricacies of your situation and work with you to develop a tailored and innovative arbitration strategy which is cost-effective and aligns with the characteristics of you and your business.
We have experience acting for claimants and respondents in claims under the following rules: London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Swiss Chamber of Commerce Rules of International Arbitration (SCIA), Arbitral Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) and the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC).
A CB article
A CB article
Taking evidence in international arbitration - IBA rules vs. the Italian and English legal systems
This brief guide provides an overview of the International Bar Association rules on the taking of evidence in international arbitration (“IBA Rules”) in comparison with the approach of the Italian and English legal systems.
LCIA Arbitration: A guide
The London Court of International Arbitration (the “LCIA”) was established in 1892. The LCIA administers arbitrations by applying the LCIA Arbitration Rules (“LCIA Rules”), which to all types of arbitrable disputes. The LCIA Rules were recently revised and the updated rules became effective on 1 October 2020. In this guide we provide an overview to the of the basic procedural stages in an LCIA arbitration.