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International Arbitration

International arbitration can be a swift, flexible option for those looking to resolve a dispute. Careful preparation of all stages of a case is essential to securing the very best conclusion.

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International arbitration can be a swift, flexible option for those looking to resolve a dispute. Careful preparation of all stages of a case is essential to securing the very best conclusion.

Arbitration is a way for international businesses to resolve disputes quickly through the use of an independent panel or tribunal that is chosen by, or on behalf of, the parties involved.

It is a private process, does not involve the parties going to court and is seen by many as a flexible and fair way of concluding a disagreement.

Arbitration can be used in a wide range of situations and business areas. These business areas include:

  • Disputes relating to joint ventures and shareholders.
  • Marine and international trade.
  • Crypto and digital assets.
  • Oil and gas.
  • Energy and natural resources.
  • Construction.

In the realm of high-value international arbitration, clients often encounter a host of intricate challenges that necessitate swift and strategic intervention. Disputes of significant magnitude, spanning diverse jurisdictions and complex legal systems, can give rise to urgent concerns.

These may range from the potential for conflicting legal actions in foreign courts through to the risk of asset dissipation or irreparable harm. At Rahman Ravelli, we understand the gravity of these issues and specialise in delivering effective solutions.

Through the strategic application of court-based interim relief measures to support arbitration, including powerful tools like anti-suit injunctions and freezing orders, we proactively safeguard our clients' interests.

These measures serve to halt proceedings in foreign jurisdictions that may run counter to the arbitration agreement or freeze assets which might be dissipated - providing our clients with the assurance that their rights are being diligently protected.

Seeking Informed Advice

Anyone contemplating international arbitration must seek advice from those with the relevant expertise and experience such as arbitration lawyers. Each step of this course of action needs to be carefully planned and conducted, from case preparation through to representation at the tribunal itself and the enforcement of any award that is made.

At Rahman Ravelli, our commercial litigation and international arbitration solicitors include dual-qualified, multilingual lawyers working on complex, high-stakes and cross-border cases.

They are experienced in conducting international arbitration under various institutional rules, in cases involving clients from a wide range of business and professional sectors. We are the logical choice for any individual or corporate that is considering international arbitration as a means of resolving a dispute.

Specialist Team

Syedur Rahman C 09551 Syedur Rahman
Partner
+44 (0)203 910 4566
Azizur Rahman C 09369 Azizur Rahman
Senior Partner
+44 (0)203 911 9339
Nicola Sharp C 09983 Nicola Sharp
Partner
+44 (0)203 910 4567
faye 08580 Faye Summers
Associate Solicitor
+44 (0)7549 223816

Legal Articles

Arbitration vs Mediation - What’s the difference?
Arbitration and mediation are not mutually exclusive. Most disputes that are referred to arbitration will make use of a mediation process during the course of proceedings.

4 min read - Published Mar 2024
Judge sets aside a £74m arbitration award, finding that the award was fabricated
In what has been described a “quite possibly unique” set of circumstances, the High Court has set aside a purported £74 million arbitration award, finding that the arbitration agreement and the award ...

2 min read - Published Mar 2024
Arbitration and adjudication: key differences and when to choose which process
Adjudication is an expedited method of dispute resolution. It is typically used for straightforward disputes in the construction industry, but other industries have their own bespoke adjudication proc...

3 min read - Published Feb 2024