The parties to international commercial transactions may be rather frequently subject to disputes which may be resolved only in courts. Due to the advantages of international commercial arbitration as being a politically and procedurally independent mechanism to solve disputes, it is possible to ensure both fair and unbiased court proceedings.
International arbitration may be utilized as a versatile tool to regulate international commercial disputes as an alternative to litigation. It may prove quicker and to have less reputational damage as one can keep such procedures out of the public eye.
BCH LAWYERS has acted on client arbitration in foreign jurisdictions, in Lisbon, and at the international commercial arbitration institutions in Paris, Vienna, Stockholm, and London.
In arbitration, our expertise allows us to represent domestic and foreign clients as claimants and respondents in “ad hoc” and institutional arbitration (more information on these below), including arbitration involving States, in any seat, under any set of arbitration rules, and in all types of cases and areas of business.
The Firm may provide related relevant advice on matters of European Union Law regarding the arbitration.
BCH Lawyers also represents foreign investors in investment disputes against host states. BCH Lawyers experience in this regard includes the representation of a South-Korean investor against a North-African state, a French investor against a Carabean state, an Italian investor against a North-African state, and an Egyptian investor against a Middle-East state.