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We know that every arbitration is different and requires a tailored approach. We understand the challenges of divergent legal systems and combine expertise in individual jurisdictions with our global resources. We ensure that your dispute is addressed in the context of your market through private mechanisms and with the advice and representation of our internationally experienced lawyers.

Our team advises clients in commercial arbitrations, in respect of contracts with the state at the national level and in investment arbitrations before various international institutions such as the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), among others.

Our advice includes:

  • Conflict prevention strategy. In the context of the dispute itself, we design an efficient procedural strategy and representation throughout the arbitration process, guaranteeing a successful outcome for our clients in a prompt and efficient manner.
  • An interdisciplinary team.  We work cross-disciplinary with a team of experts from different areas and sectors, such as environment, energy, mining, public procurement, among others, in order to provide a comprehensive strategy.
  • Global reach. Present in more than 40 countries and 75 offices around the world, CMS is a global firm with lawyers who think and act internationally while delivering local results in the commercial context of their conflict.

The team counts specialist lawyers experienced in procedural law and either national or international arbitration linked to commercial and investment issues. (...) The CMS international platform and experts are a major asset.

Leaders League 2021

The 'detail orientated' team at CMS Grau has a 'deep knowledge of arbitration and commercial disputes', and utilises specialist knowledge from across the firm to advise on complex issues.

The Legal 500 Latin America 2021