Litigation and arbitration have been major activities of our Firm’s Commercial Dispute Resolution Team. Whether through the use of alternative dispute resolution techniques or zealous and skillful advocacy in the courtroom. Our dispute resolution specialists apply the most appropriate tools and strategies for each stage of the process and each unique situation.

We understand the need for cost-consciousness and efficiency. We acknowledge that Litigation is expensive, but we also can be controlled through litigation management techniques, risk-assessment methods and selective use of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms such as arbitration and mediation convenient to each specific situation.

We are well known for our cooperation with clients to avoid potential disputes and if not possible for our advises to determine how economically a matter can be resolved in a timely manner.

Our multifaceted international practice features a team of highly experienced trial lawyers, recognized for effectively litigating complex matters and also for their work representing clients at the arbitral tribunals on disputes arising from joint ventures, M&A transactions and similar investment disputes or non-performance of individual contractual obligations.

We often deal with complex corporate disputes arising from general assembly or board meetings, stake holders’ rights, options, minority rights, professional conduct, board members’ and directors’ liabilities and the like.

The disputes arising from commercial relations such as sale and purchase distributor, franchise or agency agreements, recovery of large scale commercial debts can be cited within the coverage of our commercial dispute resolution practice.

We frequently address disputes in the following areas:

  • Commercial disputes
  • Employment disputes
  • Family law
  • Consumer protection
  • Tax law
  • Administrative and public law
  • Customs and international trade
  • Antitrust and competition
  • Intellectual property
  • Real estate and construction
  • Inheritance law
  • Corporate disputes
  • Criminal matters