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International Arbitration

Allen & Overy’s International Arbitration group advises a diverse range of corporates, financial institutions and governments on complex cross-border commercial arbitrations and investment treaty arbitrations.

With arbitration experts, including leading advocates, spread across our global network of offices, we advise on the most pressing and complex disputes wherever they arise. 

A&O’s international arbitration expertise spans the full range of sectors in which arbitration is used, including: 

  • Energy and natural resources
  • Construction and infrastructure projects
  • Telecommunications
  • Life sciences
  • Banking and finance
  • Intellectual property rights
  • M&A and joint ventures

Representing clients in arbitrations under all the key rules, including the ICC, LCIA, HKIAC, SIAC and UNCITRAL Rules, our specialist practitioners around the world are qualified in many jurisdictions and fluent in numerous languages. Senior members of our team regularly sit as arbitrators and hold key positions with the leading arbitral institutions and/or legal associations. Our experience allows us to most effectively represent our clients' best commercial interests.

We typically conduct our own advocacy in clients’ arbitration cases, delivering cost savings and ensuring our advocates are involved from the very start of proceedings. Our approach to the conduct of matters is always informed by our advocacy experience.

News & insights

Allen & Overy conseille CIC Private Debt sur le financement PIK dans le cadre de l’acquisition du groupe Syclef par Ardian

News: 26 APRIL 2021

Allen & Overy Paris poursuit sa croissance en cooptant 4 nouveaux counsels

Susan Ekrami (Droit Social), Paul Fortin (Contentieux), Caroline Marion (Banque et Finance) et Arthur Sauzay (Droit Public et Droit de l’Environnement) ont été promus counsels au sein du bureau…

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Publications: 19 NOVEMBER 2020

La cour de justice de l’UE confirme que le cannabidiol n’est pas un stupéfiant et qu’un Etat membre ne peut en interdire la commercialisation

Aujourd'hui, le 19 novembre 2020, la Cour de justice de l'Union européenne (CJUE) a rendu sa décision très attendue dans l'affaire C-663/18 (Kanavape) jugeant qu’un Etat membre ne peut interdire la…

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Publications: 12 MAY 2020

Covid-19 coronavirus: France - Responsabilité pénale de l'entreprise et de son dirigeant en cas de contamination d'un salarié sur son lieu de travail

Alors que la crise sanitaire liée au Covid-19 se poursuit, de nombreuses entreprises s'apprêtent à reprendre leur activité dès le 11 mai 2020. Dirigeants et mandataires sociaux s'interrogent sur les…

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Awards

  1. Band 1, Dispute Resolution, Global-wide, Chambers Global 2019
  2. International Arbitration Firm of the Year, Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific Awards 2019
  3. Best Arbitration Team of the Year in Spain and Portugal, 2019 

 

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