International arbitration

We are widely recognised for our strengths in the field of construction disputes and our lawyers have many years’ experience in dealing with complex and high-value international arbitrations relating to construction, engineering, infrastructure, power and energy disputes.

We are regularly instructed by contractors and employers on a wide range of construction-related disputes, particularly those involving delay, extensions of time, loss and / or expense (including prolongation and disruption costs), variations, suspension and termination, defective design and payment.

We are familiar with all major arbitration rules including ICC, DIAC, ADCCAC, UNCITRAL and DIFC-LCIA and we also have extensive experience of acting in relation to ad hoc arbitration agreements, as well as DAB / DRB proceedings, expert determination, mediation and litigation.

We are also familiar with the law of many international jurisdictions and have advised or acted in relation to disputes in the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Australasia and the America’s.

For details on our experience and team, view our International Arbitration flyer here.