Arbitration follows its own rules. Important decisions are to be made at the beginning of the procedure, some procedural mechanics are unknown to our legal system. We have vast experience in this field and are happy to put both our academic knowledge and our practical approach into your service. The economic aspect of the procedure is particularly important to us, since at the end of the day, it must add value to you.
- Developing objective case analysis
- Carefully screening potential members of the arbitral tribunal
- Determining positions for the Case Management Conference(s)
- Conducting proceedings efficiently and appropriately
- Presenting points of view effectively and clearly
Arbitral proceedings differ in some aspects from civil court proceedings. One major difference is that the procedural rules for each individual arbitration are newly defined in detail, even if institutional procedural rules (VIAC, ICC, ASA, DIS, SCC etc.) are applied. The parties are involved in the process, but important decisions are made at a very early stage which have a decisive impact on the rest of the proceedings. Through our objective and well-founded preparation of the case and your position right at the beginning, we are optimally prepared to advise you in all these steps.
On the basis of this case analysis, we can actively participate in the appointment of the members of the arbitral tribunal in line with your procedural position. From this we also deduce whether certain special procedural steps should be requested in the first Case Management Conference or whether we will oppose them. A classic example is document production, i.e. the possibility of demanding that the opposing party hand over documents. Applications for security for costs or interim measures are also possible here.
Economic efficiency and cost effectiveness are, of course, also our top priorities here. Thanks to our experience, we can work out a realistic budget together with you. Within the framework of your specifications, we conduct the proceedings efficiently and present your point of view effectively and adapted to the respective peculiarities of the proceedings.
„Any Arbitration procedure is unique. We work out your perfect strategy in order to make sure to exploit the advantages of arbitration as much as possible und keep the procedure economically beneficial.“
Dr. Michael Komuczky
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