In a world where disputes have no borders, companies need lawyers experienced in conducting high-stakes arbitration and litigation proceedings in a variety of international fora. Greenberg Traurig’s International Arbitration & Litigation Practice comprises a multidisciplinary, globally integrated team that helps businesses avoid or resolve disputes efficiently and effectively around the world. We offer clients tailored services in harmony with their needs and for the specific transaction or dispute they are dealing with.
Greenberg Traurig’s professionals are recognized in the field of international arbitration by several publications, including Chambers Global, Chambers Europe, Chambers USA, The Legal 500 EMEA, Best Lawyers, Latin Lawyer, Who’s Who Legal, and Euromoney’s Commercial Arbitration Expert Guide. Our core team of practitioners who concentrate exclusively on international arbitration and dispute resolution is supported by more than 700 litigators globally. With 47 offices worldwide and sector strength to match, Greenberg Traurig brings exceptional experience to bear on almost every type of global dispute.
We assist clients in navigating international conflicts at every stage of the process, from drafting effective arbitration clauses, to conducting high-stakes arbitrations, to enforcing foreign judgments and arbitral awards in local courts around the world. Our team is multilingual, and many lawyers are qualified to practice in both common law and civil law jurisdictions. Our professionals represent clients in a wide variety of industry sectors in both international commercial and investment treaty arbitration, and have acted in matters conducted under the rules of all major arbitral institutions, including the AAA/ICDR, ICC, LCIA, ICSID, SIAC, SCC, HKIAC, and JCAA, as well as under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules.
Further, our practitioners have a long history representing clients in U.S. and European courts in litigation related to arbitration proceedings, including discovery actions, anti-suit injunctions, and set-aside actions.