Arbitration is a form of dispute resolution that has many benefits. It is a far less costly resolution service than other forms or litigation. It is a confidential procedure and is a much more flexible process, which means that a tailored approach can be adopted throughout.
At Eldwick Law, we have a team of dedicated expert lawyers who have a wide range of clients and a deep understanding of the arbitral process and are therefore able to provide clients with clear and cost-effective advice. Our specialist lawyers can guide you through every step of the process and can assist from the outset of arbitration hearings all the way through to hearings where necessary. We have particular expertise in commercial litigation arbitration and our arbitration teams consist of five expert lawyers from the EU, UK and CIS who regularly act in high-value, complex international arbitration. Our multi-lingual team has experience of common and civil law, and understand the important cultural differences between arbitral jurisdictions.
We have experience of conducting arbitration under a range of platforms, such as:
- International Court of Arbitration (ICC)
- London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)
- International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID)
- United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL)
Our aim is to provide quick and effective solutions to our clients, whether that be pre-contentious advice to avoid a dispute or post-award enforcement. We regularly work with the most reputable Chambers and specialist Foreign Counsel. Our Arbitration team works closely with the Commercial Litigation team, so we can bolster our arbitration practice by offering commercial litigation services in aid of arbitration, including (but not limited to) Mareva Injunctions, Asset Tracing and other forms of enforcement. Our arbitration lawyers also advise on post arbitration issues, such as appeals against the arbitration award and other areas such as investment arbitration.
Investment arbitration is a procedure to resolve disputes between foreign investors and host States (also called Investor-State Dispute Settlement or ISDS). Eldwick Law’s specialist arbitration team has vast experience of advising in proceedings involving state bodies.
Our team works closely with legal scholars, other law firms, foreign counsel and the UK’s leading barristers, available to you should it be necessary for your case.
We are also able to advise on alternative funding and we work with litigation funding specialists and a network of investors to help provide clients with financing and insurance solutions for arbitrations, where required.
We are here to help you with every stage of the process, no matter how complex the issue. Contact our specialist arbitration lawyers for commercial arbitration advice.