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Kaden Boriss has a strong dispute resolution team which is very active across forums of arbitration, under various arbitration rules and jurisdictions, assisting clients in disputes ranging across corporate, commercial and civil disputes.
We provide comprehensive legal support to manage disputes, which includes pursuing alternative dispute resolutions methods such as neutral evaluation, mediation and arbitration before the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC), DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Centre, Dubai Municipality, ADCCI and the (International Chamber of Commerce) ICC arbitrations.
We are well versed and have vast experience in the field of ADR within the UAE, and our lawyers undertake representation of clients in local and international arbitration proceedings across a variety of industry sectors including real estate, construction and engineering, insurance, corporate, franchising, and marketing and media. We also assist in the enforcement of both domestic and international arbitral awards.
Our knowledge of the arbitral processes in many UNCITRAL Model Law based jurisdictions enables us to represent our clients with a combined arsenal of local substantive law and International arbitration practices.
If the terms of a dispute resolution clause are sufficiently clear and create an enforceable obligation requiring the parties to engage in a staged approach to resolve a dispute, the courts will enforce the terms the parties agreed when they executed the contract.
Dispute resolution is a term that refers to a number of processes that can be used to resolve a conflict, dispute or claim. Dispute resolution processes are alternatives to having a court (state or federal judge or jury) decide the dispute in a trial or other institutions decide the resolution of the case or contract.
Arbitration is a mechanism for resolving disputes between investors and brokers, or between brokers. It is overseen by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and the decisions are final and binding.
A lawyer is not required in arbitration. However, because the dispute resolution process is adversarial in nature, and the outcome is often final and affects your rights, you may want a lawyer’s help in preparing and presenting your case.
The arbitrator’s final decision on the case is called the “award.” This is like a judge’s or jury’s decision in a court case. Instead, if a party wins in the arbitration and the other party does not do what the award says, the winning party may go to court to “confirm” the arbitration award.
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We operate all over the world, from our own offices, associated offices and established relationships with correspondent law firms.
Some cases may look alike but not always to the details. We always make sure we understand our clients to the nearest detail so we can provide optimal support. We take your issue and transform it to an opportunity so you make full profit from it.
Our experience and expertise permits us to understand your issue faster.
Details focused, we bring out a strategy for best possible result.
We follow-up the case closely, keeping you aware of it evolution.