Challenges of international arbitration

International arbitration offers fast, discrete, pragmatic, and efficient conflict resolution of cross-border matters, and is a highly valuable approach to complex business challenges. Success depends strongly on working with the right legal partners with the appropriate depth and breadth of experience.

Deep-rooted experience and wide capability

With lawyers regularly involved in cross-border arbitration matters over the decades, our International Arbitration Practice has extensive experience in representing clients before regional, European and American arbitral tribunals. As part of the Allen & Gledhill network, we have access to substantial resources to engage in the most complex of arbitration matters.  Our strong sector expertise stretches across energy and resources, engineering, finance, trade and transport infrastructure.

As one of the most experienced practices in Malaysia, our team has handled numerous international and multi-jurisdiction disputes, and has deep knowledge in areas of infrastructure, energy, cross-border investments, trade and transport. Our clients include leading multinational blue chip companies, financial institutions, government agencies and statutory boards.

Connected to success

Our members are Fellows or Associates of key domestic and trade institutions such as the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, the International Chamber of Commerce, the Singapore International Arbitration Centre and the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law arbitrations. Many in our team have been recognised and recommended by leading legal publications and directories for their knowledge and experience in the field of international arbitration across various sectors.

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