We have specialised know-how in the field of arbitration, both ad hoc and institutional (including ICC and CEPANI).
In arbitration, a dispute is settled by a board rather than a court. In certain cases this can offer substantial advantages, e.g. in terms of speed and confidentiality. Due to being a neutral forum, arbitration is applied particularly often in an international context.
We regularly intervene as arbitrator or counsel in complex national and international arbitrations, on many different subjects (construction law (FIDIC, etc.), corporate law, etc.).
Our practice covers:
drafting, reviewing and adapting arbitration clauses and broader dispute resolution clauses
intervening as counsel in national and international arbitrations
proceedings concerning arbitration before courts and tribunals (relating to proof, enforcement, nullification, etc.)
advice on arbitration proceedings (costs, assistance on the appointment of arbitrators, etc.)
The Constitutional Court nips in the bud fraud in connection with arbitration proceedings
29.03.2021 — Arbitration
New ICC Rules of Arbitration as of 1 January 2021: what’s changing?
20.10.2020 — Arbitration
Mediation gets a boost and collaborative negotiation as a new ADR tool
22.10.2018 — Arbitration
The BIBC: an English-language international commercial court in Brussels
31.07.2018 — Arbitration