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Global Guide

Arbitration (International): Most In Demand Arbitrators — Global-wide

We do not rank firms for this territory and specialism but we rank individuals. 此地区和专业领域只限于律师排名,不设律所排名。

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Henri C Alvarez QC

Henri Alvarez, Q.C. - sole practitioner

From the Chambers Global guide

Henri Alvarez QC is based in Vancouver and recently left Fasken Martineau DuMoulin to become a sole practitioner. He remains "at the top of his game," according to interviewees. He is considered a standout figure for Latin American arbitrations in particular, and is fluent in English, French and Spanish. His expertise spans commercial and investment treaty cases, with deep expertise in trade and energy disputes.

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Université de Paris II (Panthéon-Assas)

From the Chambers Global guide

Bernard Audit of Université de Paris II (Panthéon-Assas) is an acclaimed international arbitrator and academic who maintains an especially strong reputation in the French market.

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Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel

Dr Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel - Sole Practitioner

From the Chambers Global guide

Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel is a sole practitioner located in Cologne. Sources point to his deep experience in international arbitration, noting that he is often called upon for very large and complex disputes.

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WilmerHale

From the Chambers Global guide

Gary Born chairs the arbitration practice at WilmerHale from the firm's London office. He is a standout in international arbitration, with a leading reputation both as counsel and as arbitrator. He is often sought after for his expertise in commercial disputes.

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20 Essex Street

From the Chambers Global guide

Charles Brower of 20 Essex Street is "an absolute pleasure to deal with: knowledgeable, not afraid to ask questions and extremely personable." He is held in high regard for his role in treaty disputes and is also highly experienced in public international law cases.

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WilmerHale

From the Chambers Global guide

James Carter is based in WilmerHale's New York office. Observers point to his ability to "focus in, like a laser beam, on the key issues to be decided" when acting as arbitrator.

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Bernardo M Cremades Sanz-Pastor

B Cremades y Asociados

From the Chambers Global guide

Bernardo Cremades is the founding partner of B Cremades y Asociados in Madrid. He maintains a long-standing reputation as "one of the top arbitrators in the world," with an especially strong reputation in Spanish-language arbitrations.

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Derains & Gharavi

From the Chambers Global guide

Yves Derains is a founding partner of Paris-based Derains & Gharavi and a well-known figure in both European and Latin American disputes. He is particularly highly regarded for his investment treaty practice.

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Juan Fernández-Armesto

Armesto & Asociados

From the Chambers Global guide

Juan Fernández-Armesto of Armesto & Asociados in Madrid is highlighted for his many years' experience in international arbitration. Sources note that his background as a transactional lawyer gives him great insight into the issues at stake in major commercial disputes.

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L Yves Fortier CC OQ QC

Cabinet Yves Fortier

From the Chambers Global guide

Yves Fortier CC OQ QC of Cabinet Yves Fortier is acknowledged as "one of the leading figures in arbitration globally," and is particularly active in investor-state arbitrations. He is based in Montréal.

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Emmanuel Gaillard

Shearman & Sterling LLP

From the Chambers Global guide

Paris-based Emmanuel Gaillard of Shearman & Sterling LLP is a distinguished practitioner who has experience of both investor-state and commercial arbitrations. He has notable experience in disputes arising in francophone Africa, particularly in the energy sector.

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One Essex Court

From the Chambers Global guide

Market observers are quick to recommend London-based Ian Glick QC of One Essex Court, regarding him as "an intellectual heavyweight" in international dispute resolution. He has chaired cases under a wide variety of institutional rules in industry sectors such as telecoms and energy.

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Hanotiau & Van den Berg

From the Chambers Global guide

Brussels-based Bernard Hanotiau of Hanotiau & Van den Berg is "clearly a top-tier international arbitrator," according to interviewees. He maintains a well-established arbitration practice and frequently teaches and writes on the subject.

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Brick Court Chambers

From the Chambers Global guide

Interviewees say London-based Lord Hoffmann QC of Brick Court Chambers is "very knowledgeable and very learned" and a "great person to have in a tribunal." He has handled numerous LCIA, ICC and ICSID arbitrations, and has notably been involved in commercial disputes concerning real estate and intellectual property.

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Michael Hwang SC

From the Chambers Global guide

Singapore-based Michael Hwang SC continues to earn widespread praise from observers. He has presided over disputes arising from a multitude of jurisdictions, and is noted for his exceptionally active practice.

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Neil Kaplan - Sole Practitioner

From the Chambers Global guide

Sole practitioner Neil Kaplan QC is located in Hong Kong and is a well-established arbitrator in the Asia region. He has overseen arbitrations under the rules of numerous different institutions and is a former chairman of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre.

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Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler

Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler

From the Chambers Global guide

Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler of Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler in Geneva continues to be "rated very highly" by market observers. She frequently handles commercial, investment treaty and sports-related disputes.

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Essex Court Chambers

From the Chambers Global guide

Toby Landau QC of Essex Court Chambers in London is skilled at advising on both commercial and investor-state disputes. A source stated: "He is very impressive and fully deserves his ranking."

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Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler

From the Chambers Global guide

The "first-class" Laurent Lévy of Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler regularly acts as arbitrator in commercial disputes, with particular expertise in the oil and gas, aviation and financial services sectors. He is based in Geneva.

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Pierre Mayer

From the Chambers Global guide

Sole practitioner Pierre Mayer is considered to be a standout name in Paris for international arbitration. He has long-standing experience in the space and offers expertise on a broad range of disputes, including international trade, technology and energy.

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20 Essex Street

From the Chambers Global guide

Michael Moser of 20 Essex Street is highly recommended for his assured oversight of commercial arbitrations. He enjoys an outstanding reputation for his familiarity with the issues often underpinning Asia-related disputes.

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Alexis Mourre - Independent Arbitrator

From the Chambers Global guide

Current ICC president and sole practitioner Alexis Mourre is noted for his deep experience in international arbitration. Based in Paris, he presides over arbitrations seated throughout the world, and is in particularly high demand for disputes relating to Latin America.

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Francisco Orrego Vicuña

University of Chile

From the Chambers Global guide

Francisco Orrego Vicuña of the University of Chile is highlighted for his extensive knowledge and impressive academic background. His practice sees him preside over cases under institutional and ad hoc rules, including environmental, maritime and trade-related disputes, among others. He is also a tenant at 20 Essex Street in London.

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William W Park - Sole Practitioner

From the Chambers Global guide

Sole practitioner William Park is based in Boston and is recommended by peers as a leading arbitrator in the USA. Sources say he "knows the issues and does a good job managing the parties." 

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Three Crowns LLP

From the Chambers Global guide

Jan Paulsson of Three Crowns LLP is widely recognised for his "tremendous experience" in arbitration, both as arbitrator and as counsel. He is based in Miami.

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Peter & Partners

From the Chambers Global guide

Wolfgang Peter of Peter & Partners is located in Geneva and remains a popular choice for arbitrations in Europe. He possesses particularly deep expertise regarding commercial disputes in the oil and gas sector.

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Michael Charles Pryles

From the Chambers Global guide

Sole practitioner Michael Pryles is a well-known figure in the Singaporean arbitration arena, and in the Asia-Pacific region more generally. He is noted for his regular involvement with China-related cases, undertaking arbitral appointments governed by the complete spectrum of institutional rules. He is based in Melbourne, Australia.

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J. William Rowley QC

20 Essex Street

From the Chambers Global guide

William Rowley QC of 20 Essex Street in London is described as an impressive arbitrator who is "very experienced and can cut through the smoke to get to the heart of the matter." He frequently appears on disputes regarding energy and infrastructure contracts.

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Klaus Michael Sachs

CMS

From the Chambers Global guide

Klaus Michael Sachs of CMS's Munich office enjoys an impressive track record in international arbitration, with a focus on commercial disputes. He also presides over treaty arbitrations conducted under ICSID and UNCITRAL rules.

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Michael E Schneider

Lalive

From the Chambers Global guide

Michael Schneider is a founding partner of Lalive in Geneva. He acts as arbitrator and counsel in a range of disputes, with notable expertise in the natural resources, telecoms, infrastructure and pharmaceutical sectors.

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Université de Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne)

From the Chambers Global guide

Brigitte Stern of Université de Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne) achieves great acclaim for her investment treaty practice. Interviewees commend her extensive knowledge and experience acting as arbitrator.

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Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP

From the Chambers Global guide

The "very impressive" John Townsend of Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP arbitrates international commercial and investment disputes and is based in the firm's Washington, DC office. He is experienced acting both as arbitrator and as counsel.

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Albert Jan Van den Berg

Hanotiau & Van den Berg

From the Chambers Global guide

Sources say Albert Jan Van den Berg of Hanotiau & Van den Berg is "always in demand" for his wide-ranging arbitration practice, which encompasses both commercial and investment disputes. He is based in Brussels.

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Essex Court Chambers

From the Chambers Global guide

V V Veeder QC of Essex Court Chambers enjoys an "extraordinarily strong reputation" as "one of the most sought-after arbitrators in the world." He presides over both commercial and investment treaty disputes.

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David A R Williams QC

Essex Court Chambers

From the Chambers Global guide

Market observers consider David Williams QC of Essex Court Chambers to be an "excellent arbitrator." He has a wealth of experience handling arbitrations in the Asia-Pacific region, with an especially notable profile in Singapore.

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Homburger

From the Chambers Global guide

Senior counsel Markus Wirth of Homburger in Zürich is an esteemed arbitrator with a prominent reputation across Europe.

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