Why arbitration?

Our lawyers are familiar with the Rules and procedures of arbitration of the most relevant Chambers: UNCITRAL, ICC, SCAI, LCIA, WIPO, etc.

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International arbitration

Currently, international arbitration is the principal method used by companies – domestic and multinationals – to settle business disputes, both international commercial and foreign direct investment disputes protected by the Bilateral Investment Treaties (APRI-BIT).

Arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) are real alternatives to litigation due to their procedural flexibility, neutrality and maximum cost efficiency. However, the evolvement of arbitration over recent years has made the procedure more sophisticated, requiring knowledge and procedural specialization from all parties involved

Our structure reduces exposure to conflicts of interest, allows us to be flexible, rationalize the costs of the procedure and adapt to the needs of the client.

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