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Alternative Dispute Resolution Arbitration & Mediation
- Arbitration -
Whether your dispute is international or domestic, investment or commercial, count on us to give you the best possible strategic and pragmatic advice.
Our arbitration practice extends to all of the main arbitration forums and rules around the world, including such global institutions as the International Chamber of Commerce, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, the London Court of International Arbitration, the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, and many regional arbitration institutions.
We also have extensive experience with ad hoc arbitration, including under the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law rules.
We guide you through all stages of arbitration—from drafting the dispute resolution mechanism best suited to your circumstances through the arbitration hearing and post-arbitration enforcement and recognition of the award.
- Mediation -
NCR’s team of dispute resolution lawyers understands that settlement negotiations facilitated by third-party mediation often produce successful outcomes achieved faster and less expensively than through conventional litigation. Mediation offers the added benefits of allowing the parties to preserve vital business relationships and maintain confidentiality over sensitive information.
NCR’s dispute resolution lawyers are trained and experienced in the advocacy skills you need for a successful mediation. Let our expertise help you realize the benefits of a mediated solution, so you can get back to business.
Our Law firm offers clients assistance, representation and legal advice at all stages of the arbitration process. Our services include pre-arbitral negotiations, the conduct of arbitral proceedings and advocacy at trial. We also appear before national courts to enforce or resist enforcement of international arbitration agreements and arbitral awards, as well as to prosecute or defend applications for interim measures in support of arbitration.