Stibbe's international arbitration team represents clients from all over the world in international arbitration proceedings.
As a leading firm, established over 100 years ago and featuring a Tier 1 dispute resolution practice, we ensure that our clients receive the full depth of our experience, skills and knowledge on the latest developments. Our objective is not solely to devise and implement strategies to meet our clients’ most vital commercial needs, but to work side-by-side with them with unrivaled dedication.
Our international arbitration specialists provide advice and advocacy to clients across all sectors and under the rules of all of the major arbitral institutions including ICC, LCIA, SCC, NAI and CEPINA, as well as ad hoc proceedings (including under the UNCITRAL Rules).
Our practice covers all arbitration-related issues. This includes obtaining interim and conservatory relief measures in support of an arbitral process from courts or tribunals, encompassing attachments, injunctions and preliminary measures to preserve evidence. Our lawyers appear before the courts to enforce arbitral awards or resist such enforcement, including proceedings to set aside arbitral awards. Where needed, we represent our clients all the way up to the Dutch or Belgian Supreme Court.
In the tradition of our firm, our international arbitration team is trained to work in multidisciplinary units. We have leading practices across practically all relevant sectors and areas of law in each of our main offices in Amsterdam, Brussels and Luxembourg - which allows us to quickly assemble integrated teams of lawyers, tailor-made to suit our client’s needs, to handle any specific arbitration or arbitration-related matter with all requisite knowledge and experience. These areas include Corporate and M&A, Real Estate and Construction, Energy Banking and Finance, Tax, IP and IT, and Competition.
More information on our areas of expertise can be found in the Practice Area list on the right hand side.
For more information on our overall Dispute Resolution practice, we also refer to our Litigation team and our Supreme Court Litigation team.