International arbitration is a specialist field that requires lawyers who know the terrain. Our firm’s team is skilled in techniques of cross examination, the practice of document disclosure, and other means which are part and parcel of modern international arbitration practice. Conway & Partners’ experience as arbitrator, party counsel, and advisors in this area sets us apart, including experience with most of the widely used international arbitration rules and procedures worldwide. It is, however, our expertise in effectively representing our client’s interests in the English language before tribunals with diverse cultural backgrounds and under various legal regimes which makes Conway & Partners unique and positions us to achieve the desired results.
Worldwide Arbitrator services:
Serving as Arbitrators in dozens of international disputes under the rules of the ICC, UNCITRAL, AAA, NAI, LMAA and other institutions as well as ad hoc proceedings involving parties from throughout Europe, North America, Middle East, Asia, and South America.
Representing an international oil and gas company with respect to an ICC Award relating to Middle East country Production Sharing Agreement.
Various ICC arbitrations on projects in the Middle East:
Acting for an international dredging company in a variety of disputes on projects, inter alia, in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Qatar, as well as South East Asia.
WIPO arbitration over a failed joint technology venture:
Representing a Netherlands internet technology company in a dispute with a Japanese firm.
ICSID Dispute Advice against a North African government:
Advising an international construction company concerning a claim against a North African government under a bilateral investment treaty.
Arbitrator in LMAA dispute between Ghanaian parties:
Serving as arbitrator in LMAA proceeding between a port operator and services provider under three services agreements.
- Lead counsel in arbitrations seated throughout the world
- Guidance in selecting arbitrators
- Advice on structuring proceedings
- Effective oral representation before tribunals
- Drafting tailored dispute resolution schemes
- Choice of appropriate institutes and rules
- Award enforcement proceedings
Institutions and Rules
- International Chamber of Commerce, Court of Arbitration (ICC)
- Netherlands Arbitration Institute (NAI)
- American Arbitration Association (AAA)
- London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)
- Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC)
- World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
- London Maritime Arbitration Association (LMAA)
- United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL)
- Court of Arbitration for Art (CAfA)