International arbitration rules are provided by different international arbitration institutions.
Some of the most popular ones are:
- International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) – the International Court of Arbitration is a branch of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and is known for resolving international commercial and business disputes, administering more than half of all arbitration disputes worldwide. Although called a Court it does not make formal judgments on disputed matters but supervises arbitration proceedings
- United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) – was established by the United Nations General Assembly and is the core legal body of the UN system in the field of international trade law. Some of the areas of commercial law it covers include dispute resolution, international contract practices, transport, insolvency, electronic commerce, international payments, secured transactions, procurement and sale of goods.
- London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) – provides efficient, flexible and impartial administration of arbitration and other ADR proceedings, regardless of location, and under any system of law. Over 80% of parties in pending LCIA cases are not of English nationality.
- International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) – is the international branch of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), providing international arbitration and dispute resolution services. It has established cooperative agreements with arbitration institutions worldwide, enabling arbitration cases to be filed and heard nearly anywhere in the world.
In any case involving international disputes, it is crucial to seek legal advice as soon as possible. Sometimes alternative dispute resolution methods do not work, and the case ends up in court.
As dual-qualified UK and Spanish barristers, our dispute resolution experience provides a straight-forward approach to assist our clients throughout the whole litigation process. With our considerable experience in international litigation across most areas of the law, we have the expertise to build a case.
Del Canto Chambers has an extensive network of partners around the world to support the interests of our clients. As a specialist international tax and legal firm, Del Canto Chambers is part of The Leading Edge Alliance, a network of 215 firms with 586 offices in over 100 countries.
Our international advocacy team can handle everything from start to finish. We will advise on a strategy from the outset, draw upon our considerable experience of litigation and /or arbitration to give objective and independent advice on the strengths or weaknesses of case and the prospects of success
As qualified barristers we are able to provide a seamless international advocacy service for our clients, from initial case preparation and evidence gathering through to representation in Court. This can help reduce litigation costs and our partner-led approach means your case will be handled personally and consistently.
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