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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Andersen Tax & Legal (formerly Olleros Abogados) is a premier independent firm with 100 lawyers in its offices in Madrid and Valencia. Litigation and general dispute resolution are two of the main practices, with 20 lawyers devoted to litigation, while arbitration is at the core of our legal services. The arbitration team are located in Madrid and the firm has devoted substantial resources to enhance its arbitration practice, sponsoring arbitration congresses such as the Madrid Arbitration Open in May 2016. They have acted in more than 80 international and national arbitrations before the most relevant institutions, such as the ICC, the American Arbitration Association, the LCIA and the China International Economic & Trade Arbitration Commission. They also act as arbitrators in a wide range of corporate matters and are very active in construction and engineering arbitrations, disputes arising out of the recent changes in legislation concerning the renewable energies sector and in M&A litigation.

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

Authors


Andersen Tax & Legal (formerly Olleros Abogados) is a premier independent firm with 100 lawyers in its offices in Madrid and Valencia. Litigation and general dispute resolution are two of the main practices, with 20 lawyers devoted to litigation, while arbitration is at the core of our legal services. The arbitration team are located in Madrid and the firm has devoted substantial resources to enhance its arbitration practice, sponsoring arbitration congresses such as the Madrid Arbitration Open in May 2016. They have acted in more than 80 international and national arbitrations before the most relevant institutions, such as the ICC, the American Arbitration Association, the LCIA and the China International Economic & Trade Arbitration Commission. They also act as arbitrators in a wide range of corporate matters and are very active in construction and engineering arbitrations, disputes arising out of the recent changes in legislation concerning the renewable energies sector and in M&A litigation.