International Arbitration

Arbitration is a method used to solve a dispute when the parties do not wish to go to court and have agreed to this in a legally binding contract. Arbitration is an international dispute resolution method that is consensual, neutral, binding and enforceable.


This technique blends elements of civil and common law, allowing parties to be part of the whole process, and can resolve any dispute that is “arbitrable.” This will vary according to each country, but in general it will involve commercial disputes.

This method is regularly used by companies who include an arbitration clause in their commercial contracts, meaning that any dispute that may arise will go to an arbitration court as opposed to a regular judicial court. A clause in the contract will usually determine under which “rule” the arbitration will take place.

Del Canto Chambers has the skills and expertise to support you during the whole arbitration process, offering a personalised service that provides tailored solutions.

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