This edition of The International Who’s Who of Commercial Arbitration identifies more experts in the field than ever before. This year we have selected 535 individuals from 66 countries, underlining the ever-increasing depth and geographical breadth of expertise in this sector.
Arbitration continues to be a much favoured method for dispute resolution, particularly for international disputes and for those in industries such as construction.
Commercial arbitration is becoming established in Argentina as a popular method for resolving a range of disputes, and particularly in relation to major investment disputes involving foreign companies.
The forum of choice across many industries, commercial arbitration is one of the central methods of dispute resolution in Texas.
Commercial arbitration is growing in popularity in the United Arab Emirates.
Commercial arbitration is once again one of the largest chapters in this publication, reflecting its continued popularity as an alternative to settling disputes in the courtroom. We identify 25 as leaders in the field, with specialities encompassing work as both counsel and neutral in domestic and international matters.
Commercial arbitration has been recognised for some years as a viable alternative to the court system, and the confidentiality, speed and international dimension it offers contribute to its ongoing popularity. This chapter identifies 14 individuals, whether acting as neutrals, panellists or counsel or combining these roles, that are leaders in arbitration.
Recognised for some years as a viable alternative to the court system in the United States, commercial arbitration is firmly established as a popular forum for dispute resolution both nationally and internationally. This chapter identifies 11 leading arbitration experts who are highly proficient as neutral, panellist or counsel.
Commercial arbitration is now established as a popular mechanism for dispute resolution in the United States, across a range of industries. This chapter identifies 21 individuals who are leaders in arbitral practice, whether as neutral, panellist or counsel, and who have experience of both domestic and international disputes.
Commercial arbitration is now established as a popular mechanism for dispute resolution in the United States. It is one of the first ports of call for a range of industries, and arbitration clauses are often written into contracts. This chapter identifies 25 practitioners in the state who are leaders in this field, without distinguishing between those who act as counsel or arbitrator, or those whose experience lies in domestic as opposed to international disputes. The list includes former judges and litigators, as well as lawyers that include commercial arbitration as part of their dispute resolution services.
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