Enyo Law's specialist international arbitration group combines technical excellence with in depth understanding of the arbitral process to offer its clients outstanding results in a cost-effective manner.
Our arbitration group comprises highly skilled lawyers with a successful track record of acting in high-value, complex and often politically sensitive international arbitrations across a range of specialist sectors. Our team counts arbitration specialists from the common law and the civil law, who speak multiple languages (including Russian, French, Spanish, Italian) and have acted on behalf clients from various jurisdictions around the world.
We have substantial experience of conducting arbitrations pursuant to all the leading arbitration rules, including the International Court of Arbitration (ICC), London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), American Arbitration Association (AAA), Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC), Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) and the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL).
In addition to representing our clients in arbitration proceedings, we are often instructed to act in complex litigation proceedings in support of arbitration, including in relation to the enforcement or the setting aside of arbitral awards, as well as urgent interim relief applications in the English courts.
Our in house Business Intelligence team frequently assists with providing critical intelligence-gathering services on our arbitration matters, in particular in formulating and implementing enforcement strategies.
Enyo law successfully represents a Cypriot investment vehicle in an LCIA Arbitration in London
Enyo Law is advising on multi-billion dollar ICC commodities arbitration
Enyo Law is defending a state-owned oil company in an ICC arbitration
Guest speaker at Competence Centre Arbitration and Crime virtual workshop on Arbitration and crime: enforcement of awards, tainted assets, transnational public policy, sports arbitration
Arbitration breakfast seminar - Evidence in International Arbitration