GUIDANCE AND INSIGTHS

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

DELOS GUIDE TO ARBITRATION PLACES: OVER 50 LAW FIRMS ACTIVATING ARBITRATION

In July 2017, Delos announced the launch of an international study to develop a Guide to Arbitration Places, known as the ‘GAP’. The initiative is chaired by the late Professor David D Caron and Professor Maxi Scherer.

The GAP is designed to assist in-house counsel, corporate lawyers and arbitration practitioners with efficiently accessing key insights into a large range of jurisdictions, including for the purposes of negotiating the choice of arbitral seats and conducting arbitral proceedings in those jurisdictions.

The GAP will be published online later this year and made freely accessible. It will cover the jurisdictions listed below, with each chapter being prepared by the referenced reputed law firm. An international group of talented experienced young practitioners is performing the editorial review of the GAP.

The GAP Co-Editors are Thomas Granier and Hafez R Virjee, with the support of a dynamic editorial team. Further information on this initiative is available at safeseats@delosdr.org.

Albania

Hoxha Memi & Hoxha

Algeria

Bennani & Associés LLP

Argentina

Rivera & Asociados

Austria

Cerha Hempel Speigelfeld Hlawati Recthsanwälte GmbH (CHSH)

Bahrain

Newton Legal Group

Brazil

TozziniFreire Advogados

Bulgaria

Kambourov & Partners

Canada

Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG)

China

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

Colombia

Brigard & Urrutia

Czech Republic

Bříza & Trubač

Denmark

Plesner

Dominican Republic

Jimenez Cruz Peña

Egypt

Zulficar & Partners

Finland

Castrén & Snellman

France

August Debouzy

Gambia

Farage Andrews Law Practice

Germany

CMS Hasche Sigle

Ghana

N. Dowuona & Company

Guinea

Thiam & Associés

Iceland

Lex Law Offices

Indonesia

KarimSyah Law Firm

Iran

Gheidi & Associates

Italy

CastaldiPartners

Japan

Mori Hamada & Matsumoto

Latvia

Inga Kačevska Law Office

Lebanon

Obeid Law Firm

Lithuania

Ellex Valiunas

Luxembourg

Lutgen + Associés

Malta

Camilleri Preziosi

Mauritius

Peeroo Chambers

Netherlands

Kennedy Van der Laan

Nigeria

Broderick Bozimo & Company

Norway

Wikborg Rein

Pakistan

Raja Mohammad Akram & Co. (RMA&Co)

Paraguay

Gross Brown Estudio Jurídico

Peru

Miranda & Amado

Philippines

SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan

Poland

Clifford Chance

Portugal

Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva & Associados (MLGTS)

Romania

Ioardache Partners

Russia

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Serbia

Moravčević Vojnović and Partners in cooperation with Schoenherr

Singapore

Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP

Slovakia

Allen & Overy

Spain

Garrigues

Sweden

Mannheimer Swartling

Switzerland

Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler

Togo

Martial Akakpo & Associés

Ukraine

Redcliffe Partners

United Arab Emirates

Al Tamimi & Co.

United Kingdom – England & Wales

Eversheds Sutherland

United Kingdom – British Virgin Islands

Walkers

U.S.A. – California

Arent Fox LLP

U.S.A. – Florida

Hugues Hubbard & Reed LLP

U.S.A. – New York and Washington D.C.

Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Zambia

Eric Silwamba, Jalasi & Linyama Legal Practitioners

Experienced Young Practitioners (EYPs)

By alphabetical order of nationality: Jola GJUZI (Albania), Diana BOWMAN (Australia), Markus SCHIFFERL (Austria), Maxime BERLINGIN (Belgium), Marcelo FERNANDEZ (Bolivia), Nevena JEVREMOVIC (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Maria Claudia PROCOPIAK (Brazil),  Amanda DAKOURE (Burkina Faso), Myriam SEERS (Canada), Arthur MA (PRC), Stella HU (PRC), Juan Felipe MERIZALDE (Colombia), Mónica FERNANDEZ FONSECA (Costa Rica), Patricia ZIVKOVIC (Croatia), Alexia SOLOMOU (Cyprus), Vladimir POLACH (Czech Republic), Jawad AHMAD (Denmark), José Ricardo FERIS (Dominican Republic), Mónica GARAY (El Salvador), Tsegaye LAURENDEAU (Ethiopia), Hanna ROOS (Finland), Maxime DESPLATS (France), Gustav FLECKE-GIAMMARCO (Germany), Esine OKUDZETO (Ghana), Marily PARALIKA (Greece), Mariele COULET-DIAZ (Guatemala), David KOHEGYI (Hungary), Louise REILLY (Ireland), Issar BIRGER (Israel), Giulio PALERMO (Italy), Shinichiro MORI (Japan), Aseel BARGHUTHI (Jordan), Nikhil DESAI (Kenya), Anjezë GOJANI (Kosovo), Dalal AL HOUTI (Kuwait), Galina ZUKOVA (Latvia), Sara KOLEILAT-ARANJO (Lebanon), Paulius DOCKA (Lithuania), Wendy BOUCROT (Mauritius), Victor RUIZ (Mexico), Nicolina BORDIAN (Moldova), Nominchimeg ODSUREN (Mongolia), Alexandra VAN DER MEULEN (The Netherlands), Tolu OBAMUROH (Nigeria), Una WÆRP (Norway), Samar ABBAS (Pakistan), Francisca PERONI (Paraguay), Luis Miguel VELARDE SAFFER (Peru), Filip BALCERZAK (Poland), Filipa CANSADO CARVALHO (Portugal), Lucian ILIE (Romania), Alexey YADYKIN (Russia), Jonathan LIM (Singapore), Maria POLAKOVA (Slovakia), Elena GUTIERREZ GARCIA DE CORTAZAR (Spain), Helena BRÄNNVALL (Sweden), Olivier MOSIMANN (Switzerland), Aksel DORUK (Turkey), Yelena STASYK (Ukraine), Eleanor HUGHES (UK), Michael DALY (USA), Sonia FARBER (USA), Nicolas COSTABILE (Uruguay), Diora ZIYAEVA (Uzbekistan), Bingen AMEZAGA (Venezuela) and Nhu-Hoang TRAN THANG (Vietnam).

Editorial team

Martin GUERMONPREZ, Marine KOENIG, Alejandra LAPUNZINA VERONELLI, Amélie LUCCHESE, Alexandre MEYNIEL and Gary SMADJA.