International Arbitration 2017

Last Updated June 28, 2017

International Arbitration 2017 - Comparisons

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Last Updated June 28, 2017

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Law and Practice

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Linklaters provides services in a wide range of areas including litigation, arbitration, mediation and other forms of ADR. Services also include crisis management, banking litigation, derivatives and structured products litigation, regulatory investigations, fraud and white-collar crime, sanctions, cartels and global investigations, competition and antitrust litigation, insolvency litigation, contentious tax, energy and infrastructure disputes, pensions litigation, property and finance litigation. Linklaters’ dispute resolution lawyers throughout the world have a stand-out track record of succeeding for our clients in the most sensitive and complex litigation and arbitration cases. Drawing on the expertise of nearly 300 dispute resolution lawyers globally, our insight into relevant cultural differences allows us to handle seamlessly large, complex cross-border cases. We are known for our ability to draw upon very large multi-specialised, multi-jurisdictional teams at short notice, which makes us equipped to deal with the most challenging crises and disputes faced by the leading international financial institutions and corporates.

1. General
2. Governing Law
3. Arbitration Agreement
4. The Arbitral Tribunal
5. Jurisdiction
6. Preliminary and Interim Relief
7. Procedure
8. Evidence
9. Confidentiality
10. The Award
11. Review of an Award
12. Enforcement of an Award

Author


Linklaters provides services in a wide range of areas including litigation, arbitration, mediation and other forms of ADR. Services also include crisis management, banking litigation, derivatives and structured products litigation, regulatory investigations, fraud and white-collar crime, sanctions, cartels and global investigations, competition and antitrust litigation, insolvency litigation, contentious tax, energy and infrastructure disputes, pensions litigation, property and finance litigation. Linklaters’ dispute resolution lawyers throughout the world have a stand-out track record of succeeding for our clients in the most sensitive and complex litigation and arbitration cases. Drawing on the expertise of nearly 300 dispute resolution lawyers globally, our insight into relevant cultural differences allows us to handle seamlessly large, complex cross-border cases. We are known for our ability to draw upon very large multi-specialised, multi-jurisdictional teams at short notice, which makes us equipped to deal with the most challenging crises and disputes faced by the leading international financial institutions and corporates.