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"In the last year’s global trends, I began with some observations around Brexit and the fact that political and economic turbulence tends to generate disputes, making London (among other key legal centres) very buoyant in and around the Commercial Court and the London Court of International Arbitration..."
with Angela Di Franco and Rafael Zabaglia
Levy & Salomão Advogados (São Paulo)
"Litigation is still by far the prevailing method of dispute resolution in Brazil; contracts for the trade of goods and services are usually governed by Brazilian law and disputes stemming therefrom are usually submitted to Brazilian courts..."
"Our clients’ primary choices of dispute resolution methods in Hong Kong are litigation in the Hong Kong courts and arbitration (administered by the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) or the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC))..."
with Yaroslav Klimov, Andrey Panov, Sergey Avakyan, Natalia Klimova and Mikhail Kalinin
Norton Rose Fulbright (Moscow)
"Russian parties clearly prefer litigation before Russian courts, even though for cross-border projects they usually select arbitration to make sure they will be getting an award enforceable abroad..."
with Antonio Rigozzi and Sébastien Besson
"To our knowledge there is no precise empirical data on the most popular dispute resolution methods in Switzerland, but our experience shows that, consistent with the country’s status as a leading international arbitral venue, arbitration remains very popular for cross-border commercial disputes..."