International Commercial Arbitration
At Noble Solicitors we understand that in international trade parties prefer to have the inclusion of arbitration clauses within their agreements. Arbitration is a faster and less formal method of dispute resolution and generally has lower costs than proceedings conducted in courts.
Courts sometimes do not have enough experts to efficiently deal with disputes relating to complex matters of production, service, customs and foreign trade. In addition, on the basis of international conventions, decisions of the courts of arbitration are easily recognised and enforced in other countries.
If you think that arbitration is appropriate for your case, our dedicated team of specialists can advise and help you to organise and manage any dispute resolution. We represent clients in proceedings conducted under the regulations of most of the leading international arbitration institutions such as;
- • International Chamber of Commerce (ICC),
- • UNCITRAL,
- • London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA),
- • International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID),
- • Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC),
- • New York Convention, and
- • Hague Conventions.
Our team can advise international businesses on complex matters such as; drafting dispute resolution mechanisms and determining the implications of agreements on clients. We present cases before the international tribunal and annul, revise or enforce any arbitral awards.
At Nobel Solicitors we are aware that the number of inter-state disputes is ever growing; therefore steps need to be taken to resolve these disputes efficiently. A great deal of expertise is needed in this area and our knowledgeable team can assist when these cross-boarder disputes arise.
We are well versed in the rules and procedures of the ICSID and the process of undertaking proceedings at the Permanent Court of Arbitration. We can advise clients on what steps need to be taken and the process involved in starting any proceedings.
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