Also, apart from the consultancy and litigation experience, our lawyers are highly experienced also in specialized training for FIDIC type Contracts and public procurement, being accredited trainers in these domains and also adjudicators listed on the ARIC’s National List of Adjudicators.
The use of international arbitration has evolved to allow parties from different legal, linguistic and cultural backgrounds to resolve their disputes in a final and binding manner, typically without the formalities of the procedural rules of their own legal systems.
International arbitration is a hybrid form of international dispute resolution, neutrally blending different elements of civil law procedure and common law procedure, while allowing the parties a significant opportunity to design the arbitral procedure under which their dispute will be resolved.
International arbitration can be used to resolve any dispute that is considered to be “arbitrable,” with a great significance for commercial disputes.
Our team is assisting clients throughout the arbitration process, being constantly involved in major arbitration cases under the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce Rules (the ICC Rules) and under the Court of International Commercial Arbitration of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania Rules.
Our implication in arbitration proceedings from both angles helped us find a better understanding of finding the proper management of arbitration cases when a state company is involved, as state companies that act as Employer’s in FIDIC Contracts in Romania tend to have a particular way of interaction and understanding of these proceedings.
Example of major projects in arbitration
Representation of an international contractor before the Court of Arbitration attached to ICC Paris in a dispute involving commercial claims deriving from the rehabilitation of a national road; the contract was a Yellow FIDIC Book 1999.
Representation of an international contractor before the Court of Arbitration attached to ICC Paris in a dispute involving DAB Decisions; the contract was a Yellow FIDIC Book 1999.
Representation of a governmental body before the Court of Arbitration attached to ICC Paris in a dispute involving commercial claims deriving from an ISPA-financed project.
Acting as party experts for international contractors in local arbitration for an environmental project.