GUIDANCE AND INSIGHTS

DELOS SUPPORTS IN-HOUSE, CORPORATE AND ARBITRATION PRACTITIONERS WITH EFFECTIVE ACCESS TO KEY INSIGHTS FOR A LARGE RANGE OF JURISDICTIONS

GAP JURISDICTION ANALYSIS

Each chapter begins with two standardised summaries, each of 1-3 pages. The first one is for in-house and corporate counsel and the second one for arbitration practitioners. The summaries are followed by a detailed analysis of about 10-15 pages. Chapters conclude with a one-page table on the arbitration infrastructure at the jurisdiction.

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JURISDICTIONS

Albania, by Hoxha Memi & Hoxha
Algeria, by Bennani & Associés
Angola, by Miranda & Associados
Argentina, by Bomchil
Australia, by Squire Patton Boggs
Austria, by Knoetzl

Belgium, by Fieldfisher
Benin, by Ọya
Brazil, by TozziniFreire Advogados
Bulgaria, by Kambourov & Partners

Canada, by Borden Ladner Gervais (BLG)
China (Mainland), by Herbert Smith Freehills
Côte d'Ivoire, by Abbé Yao & Associés
Cyprus, by Christos Georgiades & Associates

Dominican Republic, by Jimenez Peña

Egypt, by Zulficar & Partners
England & Wales, by White & Case
Ethiopia, by Aman Assefa & Associates

Finland, by Castrén & Snellman
France, by August Debouzy

Gambia (The), by Farage Andrews Law Practice
Germany, by CMS Hasche Sigle
Ghana, by N. Dowuona & Company
Greece, by KLC Law Firm
Guinea, by Thiam & Associés

Hong Kong, by Fangda Partners

India, by PSL – Advocates & Solicitors
Indonesia, by KarimSyah Law Firm
Iraq, by Eversheds Sutherland
Italy, by Legance

Japan, by Oh-Ebashi

Republic of Korea, by Rosetta Legal

Lebanon, by Obeid Law Firm
Libya, by MKE Lawyers

Mauritius, by Peeroo Chambers
Mongolia, by Nomin & Advocates
Morocco, by Gide Loyrette Nouel

New Zealand, by Chapman Tripp 
Nigeria, by Broderick Bozimo & Company
Norway, by Wikborg Rein

Paraguay, by Gross Brown Estudio Jurídico
Philippines (The), by SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan
Poland, by Clifford Chance
Portugal, by Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva & Associados (MLGTS)

Romania, by Iordache Partners
Russia, by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Senegal, by Geni & Kebe
Serbia, by Moravčević Vojnović and Partners in cooperation with Schoenherr
Singapore, by Mayer Brown
Spain, by Garrigues
Sweden, by Mannheimer Swartling
Switzerland, by Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler

Taiwan, by Formosa Transnational

United Arab Emirates (UAE), by Al Tamimi & Co.
United Kingdom (UK): see England & Wales
United States of America (USA) 
– California, by Arent Fox 
– Florida, by Hugues Hubbard & Reed
– New York and Washington D.C., by Reed Smith 
– Texas, by Vinson & Elkins

Vietnam, by Dzungsrt & Associates