International Arbitration

For more than 20 years, Haynes and Boone has guided clients through significant and challenging international commercial arbitrations. Our client-centered approach in the global marketplace keeps us focused on the commercial needs of individual clients, whether they are new to international business or already among the worldwide market leaders.

Helping Clients Understand International Arbitration

Helping clients develop an early understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of international arbitration may forestall disappointment when a dispute arises. Our team understands the arbitral process, and works with our clients to help them understand the benefits and limitations of arbitration generally and international arbitration specifically.

By definition, international arbitration is a global practice. To navigate the linguistic and cultural aspects of international arbitration, our team seamlessly draws on the resources of the firm wherever those resources reside. With fluency in over 25 languages and decades of international trade and business experience, our resources match the challenges of almost any matter. This teamwork approach is a hallmark of our group and our firm.

Guiding Clients Through an International Arbitration

Our international arbitration team represents clients in both arbitration and commercial litigation. We therefore possess the skills of zealous advocacy honed in litigation, but couple those skills with the more subtle approaches employed in international arbitration. Our litigation experience also assures continuity from initiation of the arbitration to enforcement of the arbitral award.

We have experience with the leading international arbitration institutions as well as in arbitral matters administered ad hoc. We have advised clients regarding arbitration administered by the Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), the American Arbitration Association (AAA), the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), and the China International Economic Trade and Arbitration Association (CIETAC).

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